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DHS Contractors To Hold Forum With TSA Admin John Pistole

A nonprofit organization representing many homeland security contractors is starting a new forum to establish dialogue with the Transportation Security Administration, Government Executive reports. The companies, members of the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable, have created a senior executive industry forum that will start with a meeting on June 5 with …

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Lockheed To Research DARPA Wireless Defense Tech

Lockheed Martin has won a $17,784,829 contract modification to continue researching wireless communication technology for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The Defense Department said DARPA exercised the first option on the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract and this work is expected to finish by Dec. 1. DARPA’s Behavioral Learning for Adaptive Electronic …

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Air Force Gears up to Launch GPS III Satellites

The U.S. Air Force is working to ensure a smooth and successful deployment of its GPS III satellites, which are scheduled to launch in 2014. The Air Force has selected Lockheed Martin to provide a launch and checkout capability to control all GPS III satellites throughout launch and early on-orbit …

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Naval Research Lab to Launch Experimental Satellite Today, Improve Mountainous Troop Comm.

The Naval Research Laboratory will launch its tactical satellite IV today, an experimental spacecraft employing new technologies and satellite communications techniques. TacSat-4, as it is known, provides 10 ultra high frequency channels and allows “troops using existing radios to communicate on-the-move from obscured regions without the need for dangerous antenna …

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Top 100 Contracting Companies of 2011 Announced

Budget cuts, buyouts and numerous layoffs have challenged the defense contracting sector recently, but the industry remains one of the largest markets in the world. The 2011 Washington Technology Top 100 list of the top defense contracting companies has been released, reporting that the contractors on the list brought in …

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Alion Honored for Navy Damage Control Trainer

Alion Science and Technology was awarded the 2010 National Training and Simulation Association Award for Outstanding Achievement in Modeling and Simulation in the “Training” category, for its work on the Damage Control Trainer. Alion, along with Raytheon BBN Technologies, developed the stimulator to prepare Navy recruits for deployment. The Trainer …

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Northrop Grumman Fills Leadership Positions in UK

Northrop Grumman Corporation has appointed Graham Wright and Kathy Salyan to key leadership roles in the U.K. aimed at extending the company’s intelligence-related business and boosting the U.K. footprint for technologies and capabilities important for national security. The duo will focus on identifying new business opportunities and developing strategies to …

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The Top 20 People to Watch in 2011

As the countdown to 2011 begins, ExecutiveBiz brings you its third annual list of the Top 20 People to Watch. From government to industry, this year’s list highlights individuals focused, largely, on two critical fronts: in government, cost-efficiency and national security; on the industry side, new innovation — and the …

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