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Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory says it has experienced record growth for initiatives to move its scientific discoveries into the commercial sector in 2014. APL said Wednesday it signed 77 license agreements covering lab-developed technologies this year, up from 40 technology license deals recorded a year ago. The number of invention disclosures from the […] More
BAE Systems has started work to add new weapons and avionics systems to South Korea’s fleet of F-16 fighter jets under a two-phase foreign military sales contract awarded by the U.S. Air Force. The company said Wednesday it will supply equipment and parts such as mission computers, cockpit displays, radars and sensors for 134 KF-16C/D Block 52 aircraft, as well […] More
Blackstone Group LP has signed an agreement to invest in iSIGHT Partners' risk management technology that is designed to help security teams detect and counter cyber threats. iSIGHT Partners has patented the Cyber Risk Management System and plans to release the technology in the first quarter of 2014, the company said Tuesday. Jay Leek, chief […] More
John is the second most common first name among American males. Lee is the 24th most common last name among Americans (Lustig, sadly, did not crack the top 1,000). And, as you can imagine, there are thousands of John Lee's in the U.S., and several multiples more than that throughout the world. In fact, a […] More
McAleese and Associates will host the 13th Annual “FY2023 Defense Programs” Conference on March 9 and feature Department of Defense officials who will tackle current and future DOD priorities. The government contracts consulting and legal firm announced that Lt. Gen. Neil Thurgood, director for hypersonics, directed energy, space and rapid acquisition at the U.S. Army; […] More
John Cooper, senior vice president of Global Government and Defense at AAR, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to discuss the growth and success that AAR is bringing into 2022 and the government and defense sectors. In addition, John Cooper also discussed AAR’s recent $365M Air Force contract for aviation […] More
Colleen Lavery has been elevated to the role of director of environmental capture for the energy and environmental practice at Redhorse Corp. She will work to incorporate technological advancements into Redhorse strategies to address data needs of federal customers, the San Diego-headquartered information technology services company said. Her new position will also entail fostering and broadening network […] More
AAR will provide maintenance, sustainment and support services to the U.S. Air Forces in Europe’s F-16 fighter jet aircraft under a ten-year, $365 million contract with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. The firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers F-16 avionics, structural depot-level repair and maintenance, Service Life Extension Program modifications and other sustainment support services, AAR said […] More
GovCon Expert Jim McAleese, principal and founder of McAleese & Associates, acted as the moderator for an expert panel during Baird’s highly anticipated 2021 Government & Defense Conference on Wednesday. Baird’s Government & Defense Conference provides a forum for discussion on key industry trends and market outlook, as well as networking with industry executives, government […] More
John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI International and two-time Wash100 Award recipient, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to discuss how the company is addressing the most challenging IT modernization and national security efforts, CACI’s recent major contract award wins and the recent spike in revenue and company growth. […] More
General Dynamics‘ shipbuilding company christened the U.S. Navy’s first John Lewis-class replenishment oiler during a recent ceremony in San Diego, California. The future USNS John Lewis was completed only half a decade after the award of a construction contract in 2016, General Dynamics’ National Steel and Shipbuilding Company said Saturday. The 742-foot-long and 49,850-tonner ship […] More
Oshkosh Defense will establish a site in Spartanburg, South Carolina, to facilitate the development of a new fleet of delivery vehicles for the U.S. Postal Service. The company will add more than a thousand members to its workforce for the facility’s operations and expects on-site suppliers to hire more personnel for the Next Generation Delivery […] More
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