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USGS Selects Dewberry for Utah Mapping Project

Dewberry

Dewberry will map approximately 13,600 square miles of land across 12 counties in Utah under a mapping service contract from the U.S. Geological Survey. The company said Thursday it will collect and analyze data using a light detection and ranging system for the project area encompassing the counties of Cache, Carbon, Dagget, Duchesne, Emery, Grand, Morgan, Iron, Weber, Summit, Washington and Uintah.

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L3Harris Wins Potential $83M Contract to Build, Test Navy Wideband Satcom Modem

L3Harris

L3Harris Technologies has won a potential seven-year, $83.1M contract to develop, integrate and demonstrate an anti-jam modem intended for wideband satellite communications. The Navy Wideband Anti-Jam Modem contract, which has an initial value of $47.6M, includes options for the company to manufacture the hardware and perform engineering support work, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

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ASTRA Selected for Space Force’s Cloud Characterization Tech Project

ASTRA

The U.S. Space Force has tasked Atmosphere and Space Technology Research Associates to build and test a military-grade prototype technology intended to characterize Earth's clouds. ASTRA said Tuesday it will collaborate with Lockheed Martin, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Pumpkin and Atmospheric and Environmental Research to develop the cloud characterization system.

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Woolpert to Help FAA-Backed Alliance Develop UAS Threat Response Guidance

Woolpert

Woolpert has been selected by the National Safe Skies Alliance to create a document that would guide airports on collaborative planning and response to address security risks from unmanned aircraft systems. The company said Tuesday it will produce a guidebook that will outline strategies for airport operators to assess, respond to and recover from UAS threats.

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Air Force, Hypergiant Partner to Build Satellites With Updatable Software

Hypergiant

Hypergiant Industries and the U.S. Air Force have teamed up to develop a constellation of satellites that will use reprogrammable software to help operators adapt the space technology to match specific requirements, C4ISRNET reported Monday. The Austin, Texas-based company seeks to incorporate an architecture from the Air Force's Platform One software development team into a proposed 36-satellite Chameleon Constellation.

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Carahsoft Wins Army Business System Migration Support Contract

Carahsoft

Carahsoft Technology has won a one-year, $16M contract to provide staff augmentation services for a U.S. Army project to  modernize the service's logistical and business information systems. The company will help transition components of the Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program and the larger Global Combat Support System-Army, the Department of Defense said Monday.

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Air Force’s Innovation Arm Selects 350+ Teams to Join ‘Base of the Future’ Challenge

AFWERX Fusion

The U.S. Air Force's AFWERX organization has selected the more than 350 teams worldwide to participate in an open showcase and present ideas on how the service branch can innovate installations. Companies, research laboratories and academic institutions from around the globe will take part in the Base of the Future challenge, AFWERX said Friday.

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