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Rocket Lab‘s Electron vehicle has concluded wet dress rehearsal activities ahead of its launch from Virginia Space’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility to carry out a mission for HawkEye 360. During the pre-launch activities, the Rocket Lab team raised the Electron rocket vertically before filling it up with liquid oxygen and fuel, […] More
The U.S. Navy has declared initial operational capability status for a Boeing-built anti-submarine warfare weapon system that is designed to deploy from the P-8A maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft.  Boeing said Tuesday the High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon Capability includes a modular air launch accessory kit that works to transform a MK 54 torpedo into […] More
In today’s technologically fueled government contracting environment, innovation is a constant effort.  The most impactful innovation is driven not by the pressure to continue evolving, but by the identification of real problems the government is facing and the ability to solve those problems with the right technology, according to Brian Flood, founder and CEO of DecisionPoint. In […] More
HII‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division has authenticated the keel of the Virginia-class submarine Arkansas, marking a milestone on the development of another fast attack vessel for the U.S. Navy.  The submarine, or SSN 800, underwent a keel authentication ceremony with sponsors Little Rock Nine, the first African-American students to attend Central High School in Little […] More
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is seeking input from potential vendors that can help it develop a cyber threat intelligence exchange platform. According to a SAM.gov notice, the request for information was posted by the General Services Administration on behalf of CISA, which is working to create a Threat Intelligence Enterprise Services unit. CISA’s […] More
Navancio has received a potential five-year, $23 million blanket purchase agreement from the Small Business Administration to help SBA advance automation, broaden capabilities within its Salesforce environment and facilitate workflows in support of the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program. The company said Monday it will design and build a software-as-a-service platform to improve audit reporting […] More
ICF was awarded two contracts worth $45 million to assist the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in its digital modernization efforts aimed at bolstering public health data access. Under a potential 54-month, $25 million recompete task order, ICF will manage and develop CMS’ health data sharing website, the […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne aims to expand its presence in Huntsville, Alabama, with the development of a manufacturing facility that will accommodate the production of new capabilities for its defense business unit.  The company said Monday it will transition some inert work from its current Camden, Arkansas, location to the 379,000-square-foot manufacturing facility envisioned to be operational […] More
Christopher Powell III, a federal contracting executive with more than 30 years of industry experience, has joined Information Management Resources Inc. as vice president of business development. In his new role, Powell will manage IMRI’s strategic partnerships with large and small federal systems integrators and oversee business development and capture management initiatives for the federal […] More
The Aerospace Industries Association has chosen CAES President and CEO Mike Kahn to sit on its Board of Governors Executive Committee. Kahn’s two-year term will involve expanding membership programs and services, and ensuring that AIA stays true to its mission of providing guidance to the government and aerospace and defense industry, CAES announced Monday. AIA’s […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has started soliciting proposals for a program that seeks to develop artificial intelligence agents and modeling and simulation approaches for multiship, beyond visual range defensive and offensive air combat missions. The AI Reinforcements program intends to advance tactical autonomy capabilities that could work with sensors, electronic warfare and other […] More
Jon Love, vice president of strategic growth at Maxar Technologies, said cloud computing has provided the capability to access and process large volumes of satellite imagery amid the explosion of data driven by the proliferation of sensors. When asked how Maxar helps agencies accelerate the decision-making process, he said during a FedScoop panel discussion aired […] More
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