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The State Department has given the government of South Korea the green light to buy from the U.S. government MK 54 lightweight torpedoes for use on its MH-60R aircraft through a potential $130 million foreign military sales agreement. The FMS transaction also includes Recoverable Exercise Torpedo, air launch accessories for rotary wing, storage and issue […] More
The U.S. Army has selected CACI International to support the service branch’s Intelligence and Security Command with mission expertise under a potential five-year, $80 million task order. The contract award obligates the CACI team to assist INSCOM and the 116th Military Intelligence Brigade as a function of the Army’s Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 initiative by […] More
Government agencies, law firms, accounting firms, mining industries, small businesses – no matter what industry the company is in, it may need help from consultants. Businesses hire consultants to help them by assessing and securing business management.   Being one of the consulting firms helping businesses is not an easy task. It comes with tremendous […] More
Chuck Prow, CEO of V2X and an eight-time Wash100 Award recipient, was featured in a recent Q&A with GovCon Wire, the sister publication of ExecutiveBiz. He talked about the early discussions he had with American Industrial Partners leadership on the all-stock merger between Vectrus and Vertex as well as the reasons for the combination of […] More
A SpaceX-built Dragon spacecraft aboard a Falcon 9 rocket took off Thursday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to deliver over 5,800 pounds of crew supplies, science experiments and other cargo to the International Space Station as part of the company’s 25th resupply services mission to the ISS. The spacecraft is expected to arrive […] More
BAE Systems has performed high-speed wind tunnel testing to demonstrate the ability of an active flow control technology to enhance the performance, maintainability and survivability of military aircraft. The company said Thursday a full-scale, 3D-printed active flow control effector model was put to test at its wind tunnel facilities in Lancashire as part of the […] More
Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky subsidiary has delivered another CH-53K helicopter to the U.S. Marine Corps, adding to the six already in operation at the service branch’s air station base in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The defense company said Thursday the dispatch was the first from the Lot 2  contract awarded by the Navy to Sikorsky in 2019, with […] More
SciTec has received a $26.6 million contract to help the U.S. Army update and maintain two systems used to simulate missile plume signatures. The company said Thursday it will perform calibrations on the branch’s Joint Mobile Infrared Countermeasure Test System and Multi-Spectral Sea and Land Target System under the five-year contract. Army personnel use both […] More
BlackSky Technology has secured a $4.4 million phase two award to provide the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity with a machine learning platform created for a multiyear initiative for space-based imagery analysis. The company said Thursday its machine learning operations framework will be used to further support IARPA’s Space-based Machine Automated Recognition Technique Program, which […] More
The U.S. Navy has declared a Milestone C decision that allows defense contractor Tactical Air Support to begin reconfiguration work on F-5 tactical fighter planes. Nevada-based Tactical Air will help the Navy’s Specialized and Proven Aircraft Program Office update the F-5E/F airframe and engine into the N/F configuration in support of fleet adversary training requirements, […] More
Anduril Industries will establish research and assembly facilities in Atlanta, Georgia, over the next three years to increase development and production of its defense offerings, particularly unmanned systems. The technology manufacturer’s project is a $60 million investment that will foster 180 jobs in Fulton County while boosting support to the U.S. military, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp shared […] More
Cognosante has launched a new cloud-based information exchange platform designed to provide Medicaid recipients throughout the state of Alabama with secure access to their personal health care data. The Alabama One Health Record MyHealth mobile application utilizes Cognosante’s human-centered design thinking framework, dubbed JUVO, and delivers a new Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources-compliant interface, the company […] More
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