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Leidos‘ Dynetics subsidiary has selected Benchmark Electronics to produce electronic components of a ground-based weapon system meant to help the U.S. Army deter aerial threats. Benchmark said Thursday it will manufacture advanced electronics for the Enduring Shield system at a Huntsville, Alabama-based facility near locations of Dynetics and U.S. Army missile defense projects. Enduring Shield, […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has received a potential $20.6 million task order from the U.S. Navy to provide tools and technical assistance services in support of interoperable communications among public safety and first responders. The task order with a $10.2 million initial value requires SAIC to conduct research, development, testing and evaluation as well as […] More
The Military Health System’s GENESIS electronic health record has been introduced to a new set of 15,000 beneficiaries across five states by the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, achieving 50 percent of targeted installations. The new deployment “wave” included 14 military treatment facility commands and the system is now up and running in a total of 1,360 […] More
Northrop Grumman has received an unpriced change order from the U.S. Air Force to prepare for the development of a next-generation electronic warfare system for the F-16 aircraft. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center said Monday a multi-million dollar contract modification is expected to be awarded within the year for the completion and installation […] More
The United States has reached a critical crossroads in regards to hypersonic weapons and technologies. As other countries – including most notably China and Russia – continue to advance their hypersonic capabilities, the need for defensive, or matching offensive capabilities is growing. However, in response to testing failures, budgetary restrictions and production capacity challenges, questions […] More
The U.S. Air Force is looking for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses that can provide technical and analytical services under the Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance VI contract vehicle. According to a SAM.gov solicitation published Friday, selected businesses could receive up to $90 million worth of task orders for non-personal management, professional, education, training, engineering and […] More
Concepts Communications has received a five-year blanket purchase agreement to continue helping the Department of Labor manage outreach efforts in support of people with disabilities. The company said Wednesday it will assist DOL’s Office of Disability Employment Policy in executing both existing and future outreach initiatives. The BPA continues Concepts Communications’ work under four initiatives, […] More
BAE Systems has released new electronic warfare building blocks developed for the Department of Defense to allow for customizable EW missions with a range of airborne combat systems. The company said Wednesday its Storm EW Modules employ a scalable design and common-core architecture to boost the survivability, situational awareness and electromagnetic capabilities of U.S. forces […] More
Guidehouse‘s market intelligence arm has released a report detailing that the annual municipal revenue for digital twin technology used in smart cities is expected to reach $2.5 billion by 2031 at a compound annual growth rate of 25.2 percent. Guidehouse Insights said Wednesday digital twins, which virtually represent physical objects, can help cities transform data […] More
CesiumAstro has raised $60 million in a round of Series B financing co-led by Airbus Ventures and Forever Ventures and will use the capital to accelerate its research and development efforts and expand manufacturing capabilities and facilities in the U.S. and abroad. “This investment is a key endorsement of our ability to deliver advanced communication […] More
Sarah Leeper, principal director for defense systems at Draper, will co-chair the National Defense Industrial Association’s electronics division. She will oversee a division dedicated to evaluating present and potential challenges, as well as developing ways to provide trusted electronics for the U.S. government, Draper said Thursday. NDIA’s electronics division offers a framework that facilitates information […] More
In today’s tense geopolitical environment, global powers are racing to develop advanced defense technologies, like hypersonic weapons, to keep pace with the rapid advancements being made in other countries – like China and Russia – and prepare for potential future combat scenarios.  With speeds faster than five times the speed of sound, critical hypersonic technologies […] More
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