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  • General Dynamics Lays Keel for Arleigh Burke-Class 'Daniel Inouye' Ship - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    General Dynamics Lays Keel for Arleigh Burke-Class ‘Daniel Inouye’ Ship

    General Dynamics‘ Bath Iron Works subsidiary has laid the keel on the U.S. Navy‘s future Arleigh Burke-class destroyer ship that will be called USS Daniel Inouye. The ship, designated as DDG 118, is named after the former senator who earned a Medal of Honor for his U.S. Army service during World War II, General Dynamics said Tuesday. Irene Hirano […] More

  • DOJ Seeks IT Tools, Services to Update Inmate Mgmt System - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DOJ Seeks IT Tools, Services to Update Inmate Mgmt System

    The Justice Department‘s Federal Bureau of Prisons has issued a request for information on potential tools and services to modernize a system used to manage inmate records. A FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday says the bureau looks to update its mainframe-based SENTRY platform that includes common business-oriented language and assembler programs. BOP also seeks a code conversion methodology; databases and […] More

  • Boeing to Implement Assembrix Software for Manufacturing Data Security - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Boeing to Implement Assembrix Software for Manufacturing Data Security

    Boeing has selected Israel-based company Assembrix to provide a software platform to help the aerospace and defense contractor secure intellectual property it shares with other vendors through design and additive manufacturing processes. The Chicago-based company said Monday it will adopt Assembrix technology in efforts distribute and secure 3D printing design information from corruption, interception and unauthorized decryption. […] More

  • CACI to Continue Support for DoD Financial Mgmt System; DeEtte Gray Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    CACI to Continue Support for DoD Financial Mgmt System; DeEtte Gray Comments

    CACI International has received a potential five-year, $23 million contract to continue to help the Defense Department update and maintain an enterprise financial management system. The company said Monday it will provide onsite financial management support, as well as help design, build, test, implement and sustain an Oracle Enterprise Business System  platform for the department. DeEtte Gray, president […] More

  • PreTalen to Help USAF Further Develop Comms System Analysis Tool - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    PreTalen to Help USAF Further Develop Comms System Analysis Tool

    PreTalen will continue to develop an automated platform for analyzing wireless communication systems under a $23.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force. The company aims to incorporate a signals-based test framework into the Position Navigation and Time Autonomous Negotiator Applying Cognitive Effects-Based Analysis system, or PANACEA, the service branch said Thursday. USAF expects PreTalen to finish the project March 30, 2023. PANACEA […] More

  • Turkey to Receive First F-35 Aircraft in June - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Turkey to Receive First F-35 Aircraft in June

    Turkey, a parts supplier for the F-35 program, will receive its first delivery of the aircraft on June 21, with a second one to follow after, AA reported Friday. The deliveries follow orders Turkey made in 2014 for two F-35 units that are scheduled for deployment by 2019. The U.S. military is currently training two […] More

  • MITRE Seeks Participants for Test on Text-Based IFR Clearance Technology - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    MITRE Seeks Participants for Test on Text-Based IFR Clearance Technology

    MITRE is seeking ForeFlight users to help test a new mobile-based technology being developed to streamline the delivery process of instrument flight rules clearances. The test will support the former’s study on the use of mobile devices to deliver IFR clearances at airports that do not employ pre-departure clearance/data comm clearance, ForeFlight said Thursday. The study aims […] More

  • Construction Begins on Raytheon's Aircraft Testbed Hangar in Ontario, Calif. - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Construction Begins on Raytheon’s Aircraft Testbed Hangar in Ontario, Calif.

    Raytheon broke ground Friday on its new facility at California’s Ontario International Airport that will house a company-built testbed aircraft. The hangar is scheduled to be completed later this year and will serve as the station of the RMT airborne test and evaluation platform, Raytheon said Friday. RMT is a modified version of Boeing‘s 727 airliner and designed […] More

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    Huntington Ingalls, 3D Systems Partner to Develop Additive Manufacturing Tech for Shipbuilding

    Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division and 3D Systems are co-developing additive manufacturing or 3D printing technologies that may be applied in naval shipbuilding. HII said Thursday the partnership aims to support the implementation of 3D printing across the U.S. Navy and further improve manufacturing methods for the future of naval ships. To aid development, 3D Systems is providing […] More

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