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GE to Provide Propulsion Systems for Future DOT Training Ships

General Electric

General Electric's power conversion business has secured a $40M sole-source contract to provide propulsion systems for national security training ships to be used by the Department of Transportation. The company said Monday it will provide systems that would power and propel a pair of National Security Multi-Mission Vessels, which will be used to train cadets on operational vessels at sea.

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DLT to Offer IBM Cloud, AI Products in Gov’t Market

DLT Solutions

DLT Solutions, a Tech Data subsidiary, will distribute IBM-made cloud and software technologies across the U.S. public sector under a new partnership. DLT said Thursday it will offer IBM's hybrid cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and other types of software through the Cloud Navigator Program that extends reach across the company's partner network and boosts visibility of cloud investments.

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BAE Systems Gets DoD’s OK for F-22 Friend or Foe Transponder

BAE Systems

The Department of Defense has certified a BAE Systems-made transponder designed to help F-22 Raptor aircraft pilots distinguish teammates from enemies. The company said Tuesday it is integrating its F-22 Identification Friend-or-Foe transponder as part of an effort to update the U.S. Air Force's Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio System terminal.

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Air Force Needs Market Info on Future ISR Technologies

USAF

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center seeks market information on signal and geospatial intelligence technologies that would transmit information to support rapid targeting. AFLCMC said Monday in a SAM notice that it requires these on-platform SIGINT and GEOINT technologies to address requirements under the country's Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Dominance Flight Plan and National Defense Strategy.

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Affigent-Qmulos Team to Offer Compliance Products for Fed Agencies; Matt Coose Quoted

Matt Coose CEO Qmulos

Affigent, an Akima subisidiary; and Qmulos, a cybersecurity company, have partnered to help the federal government comply with security requirements and keep pace with growing issues. Affigent will combine its expertise with Qmulos' regulatory compliance products to support risk management efforts and accelerate evidence-based decision-making of federal agencies, Akima said Thursday.

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