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James Ray, formerly the president of Stanley Black and Decker‘s global engineered fastening business, has been named to Spirit AeroSystems Holdings‘ board of directors. Ray brings 25 years of executive experience to the board, where he will serve on committees focused on risk and compensation, Spirit AeroSystems said Monday. He retired from Stanley Black and […] More
The General Services Administration has selected eight companies to provide model year 2022 light-duty vehicles, including both zero-emission and fossil fuel-powered vehicles, as part of the GSA Fleet program. Federal agencies can begin purchasing model year 2022 vehicles via the GSA AutoChoice service or lease the units from GSA Fleet, the government procurement agency said […] More
The Department of Energy has announced $199 million in funding for 25 projects that will focus on electric vehicle technologies to reduce emissions by cars and trucks. Five projects under the SuperTruck 3 initiative will work on electric truck and freight system concepts for five years while 20 Low Greenhouse Gas projects will aim to […] More
The U.S. Army concluded a demonstration of various vehicles for the potential Electric Light Reconnaissance Vehicle program at Fort Benning in Georgia, Defense News reported Friday. Ten companies took part in the eLRV industry demo to allow the service to assess the vehicles’ off-road capability, inform potential platforms using feedback from warfighters and define goals. […] More

Leidos ranked 16th among 113 for-profit companies on this year's Military Times Best for Vets Employer List. The science and technology firm said Monday that 2019 marks the sixth straight year it has appeared on the list, which evaluates for-profit, non-profit and government organizations based on "their support, recruitment, and care for military veterans, service members, and their families."

The Department of Transportation is seeking comments on how recent technology developments would affect the deployment of dedicated short-range communications for connected-vehicle transmissions. DOT mainly wants to hear from stakeholders and the general public about technology platforms that may support or change vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure and vehicle-to-pedestrian communications, according to a Federal Register notice posted Dec. […] More
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