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The Army Research Laboratory has established a regional hub on the Northeastern University campus in Burlington, Massachusetts to conduct science and technology projects. ARL Northeast is located at NU’s George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security and will collaborate with multiple companies and academic researchers in efforts to build homeland security and defense technologies […] More
A Defense Science Board task force has published a report that describes ways to increase the capacity of U.S. undersea assets and manned platforms using unmanned systems. The report titled “Next-Generation Unmanned Undersea Systems” explores how unmanned systems could disrupt adversary strategies and perform operations that are on hold due to lack of assets, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory […] More
Lockheed Martin has kicked off construction of a program management facility at  the Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park in Utah to support the U.S. Air Force‘s project to develop a follow-on intercontinental ballistic missile system. Lockheed said Friday it will move into the company’s program management office at Falcon Hill by August 2017 as part of the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent competition and seeks […] More
Joanne Maguire, former executive vice president for space systems at Lockheed Martin, has joined Tetra Tech as a member of the California-based consulting and engineering services company’s board of directors. Tetra Tech said Wednesday she will be assigned to the company’s corporate governance and strategic planning and enterprise risk committees. Maguire previously held various executive roles at Lockheed from 2003 to 2013 and […] More
Lockheed Martin has selected Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park at Hill Air Force Base in Utah as the location of the company’s program management office for the U.S. Air Force‘s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile replacement effort. Lockheed said Thursday it signed a lease agreement with Falcon Hill developer Woodbury Corp. for 25,000 square feet of office space to house the former’s PMO […] More
Lockheed Martin has submitted its proposal for the U.S. Air Force's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile replacement program and named the companies that will work as subcontractors on the program, the National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Vivienne Machi writes John Karas, a vice president and ground-based strategic deterrent program manager at Lockheed, said in a media call that […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded separate contracts to Physical Sciences, OEwaves, HRL Laboratories and Charles Stark Draper Laboratory to support a program that seeks to develop battery-powered atomic clocks, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. John Keller writes HRL Laboratories secured a $775,159 contract for phase one work under the Atomic Clock with Enhanced Stability program with a potential $697,826 phase […] More
Next Century has received a three-year contract from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity to develop a signals intelligence-based tool that will work to forecast societal events as part of IARPA’s Mercury Program. The SIGINT-based Anticipation of Future Events technology will be built to detect and predict terrorist or military activities, civil unrest and rare disease outbreaks in the Middle […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected 10 participants in its Atoms to Product program, which seeks technology that can manufacture millimeter-scale products or materials out of nanometer-scale pieces. DARPA said Tuesday researchers will work to address the gap between nano-scale and millimeter-scale components through fabrication from atoms to microns then microns to millimeters. “The […] More
NASA and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory are building a miniature satellite with the goal of helping scientists quantify Earth’s energy imbalance. The Radiometer Assessment Using Vertically Aligned Nanotubes cubesat is scheduled for a 2015 launch and will contain technology built to measure the radiation being emitted from the planet, APL said Tuesday. APL […] More
Quantum computing firm D-Wave Systems has secured a $30 million round of equity funding from In-Q-Tel and an investment firm run by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos. In-Q-Tel said D-Wave will use the funds for its commercial operations as part of a growth strategy that includes technological innovation and quantum computing applications development. “Our intelligence community […] More
The Navy wants to make software developed for underwater sea drones available to industry as an open source platform, according to Fierce Government IT. In a July 11 FedBizOpps notice, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport requests the development of new code on the existing software by a contractor in return for use of the […] More
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