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A General Dynamics business unit has won its second five-year contract worth $31.5 million from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command to maintain the advanced mission computers of selected ground attack fighter aircraft. General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems will continue to conduct performance-based logistics support and repairs on the avionics computers for the AV-8B, F/A-18E, […] More
General Dynamics‘ Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions unit has rolled out a suite of new offerings designed to help enterprises identify and block malware hiding in PDF files, e-mails, instant messages and social networks. Fidelis XPS Vector is intended to protect computer networks against both common and targeted malicious software programs, according to a General Dynamics statement. […] More
Customs and Border Protection has identified six companies as finalists for a potential $1.14 billion contract to build a system of fixed towers along the U.S.’ southwestern border with Mexico, Homeland Security Today reports. Anthony Kimery writes the IFT sensor program is intended to help Border Patrol detect, track, identify and classify illegal entries into […] More
Tony Smeraglinolo serves as president and CEO of Chantilly, Va.-based government services provider Engility Corp., which spun off in July 2012 from L-3 Communications. Engility recently completed its first fiscal year and Smeraglinolo caught up with GovCon Wire to discuss the company’s performance and which areas it is aiming to grow in (click here for […] More
LGS Innovations has won a $4.1 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop laser technology intended to measure distance from a target by illuminating the target and analyzing backscattered light, Military & Aerospace Electronics reports. John Keller writes DARPA wants the Laser Radar Technology program to develop light detection and ranging technology […] More
As part of its areas of coverage, GovCon Executive publishes articles on different awards that given to government contracting companies and individual leaders. These awards include executive being recognized by their company, leaders being selected by the industry or the government for outstanding service and companies being chosen by other firms or the government as […] More
General Dynamics‘ C4 Systems business unit has finished updating ground systems for three NASA tracking and data relay satellites that transmit signals from Earth-orbiting spacecraft to the ground. The TDRS satellites also connect White Sands ground station to the Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station, the company says. Modifications and technology updates to […] More
General Dynamics C4 Systems has completed ground system modifications and technology updates to support the mission of NASA's three, next-generation tracking and data relay satellites, according to a company statement.  “We implemented the new technologies and enhanced capabilities on-budget and on-time for the recent launch of the first next-generation TDRS satellite, TDRS-K,” said Chris Marzilli, president of […] More
NASA launched a Boeing-made satellite Wednesday as part of the agency’s efforts to update its system used for transmitting data between U.S. government agencies for communications, Avionics Intelligence reports. One functional, Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-11 will become the first of NASA's third generation of tracking stations. United Launch Alliance, a joint venture of Boeing […] More
Northrop Grumman is providing NASA a set of satellites for transmitting images and data from space to Earth, with at least two out of six still operating beyond their planned 10-year lifespan. According to Northrop, Tracking and Data Relay Satellites three and five are respectively in year 24 and year 21 of their service life […] More
Shamun Mahmud, cloud security architect at DLT Solutions, highlighted recent survey findings from SailPoint in that firm’s annual market pulse survey on information technology mobility and cloud computing. In a blog post, Mahmud compared Sailpoint’s findings for the commercial sector to what DLT sees in the public sector. Mahmud wrote the rates of cloud adoption […] More
Boeing has received approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency and General Services Administration to provide government agencies satellite communications services, the company announced Wednesday. Through the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition program, the company will offer U.S. customers fixed and mobile transponded and subscription services. DRS Technical Services and Hughes Network Systems recently won positions […] More
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