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General Dynamics Delivers 2nd Zumwalt-Class Destroyer Ship to Navy

General Dynamics‘ Bath Iron Works subsidiary has completed hull, mechanical and electrical delivery of a second Zumwalt-class guided missile destroyer to the U.S. Navy. The Navy said Tuesday it accepted ownership of the future USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) ship after a series of assessments and demonstrations of the vessel’s HM&E systems that include boat handling, …

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SAIC to Provide NASA Cloud-Based Web Services Under $58M Task Order; Bob Genter Comments

Science Applications International Corp. has received a potential seven-year, $58 million task order to help NASA deploy and integrate cloud computing services within the agency’s information technology infrastructure. SAIC said Tuesday it will develop, maintain and manage websites and online applications under the task order awarded through the NASA Enterprise Applications Service Technologies 2 …

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GSA Adds Deimos Satellite Imagery Products, Services to IT Schedule 70

Deimos Imaging has secured a position on the General Service Administration‘s IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle to offer satellite imagery services and products to government agencies. The company said Monday its offerings are designed to help federal, state, local, tribal and regional agencies access make decisions concerning agricultural, oil and gas, maritime surveillance, defense and …

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Esri Unveils Intelligence Configuration for Desktop Geospatial Data Mgmt Platform

Esri has released a new desktop version of its geospational data management platform customized for intelligence community analysts. The Intelligence Configuration for ArcGIS Pro is designed with multiple tools for analysts to study relationships between objects, people and groups as well as predict a target’s potential activity, Esri said Monday. ICAP works …

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General Atomics’ Multi-Payload Demonstration Satellite Completes Pre-Flight Test

General Atomics‘ electromagnetic systems business has concluded pre-flight and full system tests of a satellite built to host multiple technology payloads for on-orbit demonstration. The company said Monday its Orbital Test Bed will launch onboard the SpaceX-built Falcon Heavy rocket as part of the U.S. Air Force‘s Space Technology Program. OTB will carry a …

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PAE EVP Warren Stembridge Receives CIA Recognition; John Heller Comments

Warren Stembridge, executive vice president of intelligence at PAE, has received recognition from the CIA for his work with intelligence community clients. The company said Friday CIA awarded the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal to Stembridge at the agency’s Langley, Virginia, headquarters. PAE CEO John Heller said Stembridge supports U.S. national security missions through his efforts …

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Raytheon Develops Satellite Data Processing System Prototype

Raytheon has developed a prototype ground-based system designed to collect and process space surveillance data for disaster and threat response applications. The company said Friday it designed the prototype system in an effort to help first responders and military troops obtain data from the Space Based Infrared System as part of the U.S. Air Force‘s Future Operationally …

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AeroVironment Gets Army Contract Modification for Aerial Missile System Equipment

AeroVironment has received a $44.6 million contract modification from the U.S. Army to provide hardware and parts for Block 10C Switchblade miniature aerial missile systems. The company will supply equipment for inert training vehicles and all up rounds, multi pack launchers and modular battery payloads, the Defense Department said Friday. DoD noted the service branch will use …

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Commvault Expands Data Protection Support for Government Clients Through AWS Marketplace

Commvault has expanded its cloud-based data protection technology offerings to the government sector via an Amazon Web Services online store. The AWS Marketplace now offers the Commvault Data Platform designed to help U.S. federal agencies, system integrators and contractors protect sensitive data in the cloud, Commvault said Thursday. Craig McCullough, area vice president of U.S. federal sales at …

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Navy Taps Boeing to Integrate Tactical Operational Flight Trainer Software Updates

Boeing has received an $18.8 million delivery order to integrate Tactical Operational Flight Trainer sensor software updates to U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft. The company will also identify requirements, install updated software, provide complementary spare parts and perform other related services under the delivery order, the Defense Department said Thursday. Work will take place …

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ACT I Lands Spot on OASIS SB ‘On-Ramp’ Contract; Michael Niggel Comments

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has secured a position on the second pool of the General Services Administration‘s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business contract. ACT I CEO Michael Niggel said in a statement published Thursday the company will offer financial management, accounting and audit services to the federal government through …

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Engility to Unveil Data Analytics Integration Platform at 2018 GEOINT Symposium

Engility has announced it will introduce a data analytics integration platform at the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s 2018 GEOINT Symposium. MetaSift is designed to help intelligence agencies search, process and retrieve content uncommon to analysts, the company said Thursday. Amanda Brownfield, senior vice president of the intelligence solutions group at Engility, said the company supports …

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