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The Los Alamos National Laboratory, managed and operated by Bechtel and the University of California, has shipped 1,074 cubic meters of radioactively contaminated transuranic waste with three months left of fiscal 2013. That figure tops its record of 916 cubic meters TRU waste to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Loving, N.M. for the full […] More
As GovCon companies pursue business in adjacent and international markets due to sequestration and federal budget uncertainty, ExecutiveBiz covers the latest contract, partnership and merger and acquisition news of those U.S. companies. Whether it’s firms substantially increasing the amount of work they perform, joining together to find opportunities or establishing training centers, GovCon firms have been actively expanding […] More
Northrop Grumman has awarded a $33 million contract to electronic information firm Telephonics Corp. for a maritime radar on the Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle, Northrop said Tuesday. Telephonics, a Griffin Corp. subsidiary, will be responsible for building and testing nine RDR-1700B+ radars with the goal of giving the Fire Scout search and imaging, complementing […] More
ARINC's Engineering Services LLC has been awarded task orders II, III and V of the $12.4 million Next Generation Wireless Communications II contract, according to a company announcement. The value of the three task orders is just over $4.5 million. “The ARINC team, which includes Cubic Global Tracking Solutions and Lunarline, will leverage its proven […] More
Of the close to 2.1 million federal employees on the payroll in 2012, nearly 31 percent of them were deemed eligible to telework. However, a new Avaya white paper on telework in the federal space says that less than a quarter of those eligible actually did work remotely, usually for two or fewer days per […] More
Geneticists at Harvard University have discovered a technique for storing and retrieving large amounts of data in a DNA microchip the size of a flash drive, Information Week reports. Kevin Fogarty writes that the George Church-led research team stored as much as 5.5 petabits, or 5.5 million gigabits per cubic millimeter, on less than a […] More
An ARINC–Lockheed Martin team has submitted its proposal for a new air traffic control radar system under a potential $400 million U.S. Air Force program, Lockheed announced Monday. According to Lockheed, the branch plans to buy 19 surveillance radar systems for tactical military and disaster relief airfield operations. Lockheed has designed transportable radars for more […] More
KBR has been contracted to provide construction services to expand an Oklahoma-based gas processing plant, KBR announced Wednesday. KBR will also provide installation and pre-construction services for a new 150 million standard cubic feet per day gas processing plant under the contract. KBR will expand the plant by 150 MMSCFD and will bring the total processing […] More
Photo: Sheldon Fox, Harris Corporation Harris Corporation's small lightweight and embeddable radio has received Type 1 certification from the National Security Agency. The Harris Small Secure Data Link provides embedded encryption capabilities in a single-channel, multiband, multimission radio. “We are honored to be able to bring this new capability to the warfighter, and excited that […] More
Like the idea of working remotely? Not enough caffeine in the world to entice you to spend all day at your local café? Fear distractions at home will make for missed deadlines? Irving Burton Associates, a provider of telework services, has the perfect solution. IBA's Frederick Telework Center offers all the amenities of an office […] More
Glen Berger, VP of finance for DRS Tech, sat down with GovCon Executive to discuss how to deal with uncertainty in the defense market, the company’s edge in the market, and his personal goals: GovCon Executive:  Can you tell us a little about your background and how you got involved in DRS Technical Services? Glen […] More
This week, SAIC purchased technology, intellectual property and related assets from AppTek Partners, LLC; Applications Technology, Inc.; and MediaMind, LLC. SRA finalized its acquisition of Platinum Solutions. Cubic Corporation struck a deal to acquire Abraxas at a price of $124 million. Boeing inked a deal to purchase CDM Technologies. More
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