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Golden Svcs to Provide Protective Services to NASA Facilities in Ohio

NASA has awarded Golden Svcs a potential five-year, $33.4 million contract to help secure two facilities managed by the agency’s Glenn Research Center in Ohio. The company will support emergency and badge management, physical security and personnel security, medical first response, traffic and gate control, security incident and dispatch and patrol operations at GRC’s …

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Aptim Lands Navy IDIQ Contract for NAVFAC Environmental Lab Services

The U.S. Navy has awarded Aptim a potential five-year, $49 million contract to provide environmental laboratory services within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s Southwest area of responsibility. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers personnel, supervision, equipment and transportation services to support environmental laboratory operations at multiple Navy and Marine Corps facilities as well as …

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Cobham to Produce Missile Eject Launchers for South Korea’s Future KF-X Fighter Aircraft

Korean Aerospace Industries has awarded Cobham a $9 million contract to supply an undisclosed quantity of Missile Eject Launcher units for integration onto South Korea’s future KF-X multirole fighter aircraft. Cobham said Tuesday it aims to deliver the weapons carriage and release equipment to KAI by 2020. Ken Kota, senior vice president and general …

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SOSSEC Lands NGA GEOINT Tech Prototyping OTA

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has awarded System of Systems Security a potential $30 million “other transaction” agreement to prototype technologies that can help update the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence and Allied System for Geospatial-Intelligence. NGA said Wednesday the project aims to accelerate research and development of prototypes to address challenges facing the intelligence …

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General Dynamics Mission Systems Launches TechScout Outreach Program for Small Businesses

General Dynamics‘ mission systems business has unveiled a technical procurement outreach program organized to provide opportunities for small businesses to contribute in forming technologies that address the needs of General Dynamics customers. TechScout is part of the company’s EDGE Innovation Sourcing Network that seeks to enable small business vendors and suppliers to provide …

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SAIC to Incorporate Survivability Upgrades Into 3 Marine AAV Prototypes

Science Applications International Corp. has received a potential $11.3 million contract modification to rebuild three command variant prototypes of an assault amphibious vehicle for the U.S. Marine Corps. The Defense Department said Tuesday the company will equip the prototypes with the AAV Survivability Upgrade design under the firm-fixed-price modification. SAIC has modernized …

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NASA, Lockheed Activate Orion Crew Module for Initial Power-On Test; Mike Hawes Comments

NASA and Lockheed Martin have powered up the company-built Orion crew module at the space agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the first time. Engineers installed and tested vehicle management computers, power and data units and flight software on the spacecraft as part of the initial power-up event, Lockheed said Tuesday. “Orion was …

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