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Leidos has won a position on a potential five-year, $50 million contract to provide engineering support for the Defense Department's corrosion control initiatives. The blanket purchase agreement from Washington Headquarters Services covers work for the Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Program for one base year and up to four option years, Leidos said Wednesday. WHS acquires services for […] More
Leidos has won a potential $12.4 million contract to help the National Institutes of Health develop compounds for vaccines developed to defend against diseases such as anthrax and West Nile Virus. NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases awarded the single-award, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with one base year and four option years, Leidos said Monday. The […] More
One of the two companies Science Applications International Corp. is splitting into will base its headquarters in Reston, Va., SAIC CEO John Jumper told WJLA-TV. Jumper told anchor Morris Jones in an interview aired Sunday that the planned national security, health and engineering company named Leidos will be based in Reston, a few miles from SAIC’s […] More
John Sweeney, a former NASDAQ investor relations officer, has been appointed senior vice president of investor relations for Leidos, the business that will separate from Science Applications International Corp. Leidos is one of two companies SAIC is separating into and will focus on the national security, health and engineering markets, SAIC said Monday.  “He will work […] More
John Thomas will serve as executive vice president of strategic development at Leidos, the planned national security, health and engineering-focused business that will separate from Science Applications International Corp. Thomas has previously served as acting president of the national security sector, also slated to be part of Leidos, and as senior VP and general manager […] More
Executive Mosaic, a leading media and events company in the government contracting sector, announced the recipients of its 2022 Wash100 Award and is now accepting votes to determine the top 10 leaders among the selected individuals who drove innovation in the federal landscape and demonstrated the potential to impact the government and GovCon industry. Visit […] More
Government Contracting Industry(GovCon) is a large market that many firms are eager to partner with because of its numerous benefits and revenue opportunities. One of the largest marketplaces in the sector is the United States department, particularly the Department of Defense, and is continuously offering contracts to those who wish to work with them. There […] More
Enlightenment Capital is setting aside up to $50 million to invest in companies that offer products and services to the aerospace, defense, government and technology sectors. The Washington, D.C.-based investment firm said Monday the NextGen Leaders of GovTech investment initiative will back minority or women-led companies that are working to help the U.S. government address […] More
The Department of Defense has awarded more than $32 million in funding to three National Spectrum Consortium projects through the $2.5 billion Spectrum Forward other transaction agreement for the development of electromagnetic spectrum management platforms. NSC said Monday the majority of the funds will go to Peraton, which will receive $18 million to work on […] More
Leidos‘ Dynetics subsidiary and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency have demonstrated the airborne recovery capability of an unmanned aerial vehicle under development. A pair of X-61 Gremlin Air Vehicles exhibited autonomous formations and safety features before a C-130 aircraft recovered one GAV unit, DARPA said Friday. “This recovery was the culmination of years of […] More
Rick Herrmann, director of Intel’s U.S. Public Sector region, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the top priorities for data security in the federal sector as well as the semiconductor industry’s impact on our national security and supply chains, the benefits of Intel’s key partnerships and the crucial areas of tech development such as AI/ML, 5G and […] More
Reports emerged that China allegedly performed a test of a nuclear-capable hypersonic glide vehicle in August and Loren Thompson, chief operating officer of nonprofit think tank Lexington Institute, said the development presents an opportunity for U.S. companies to develop defenses against hypersonic weapons, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. Thompson said the need for missile […] More
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