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Leslie Haas, formerly director of business development at Paragon Space Development, has been elevated to the role of vice president at the aerospace component manufacturer. In the newly created position, Haas will continue driving Paragon’s efforts involving expansion, marketing, public relations, government affairs, technology commercialization and strategy, the company said Thursday. During Haas’ over four-year […] More
A subsidiary of General Dynamics‘ mission systems business has received a new U.S. Army order for its mobile system designed to transmit validated positioning, navigation and timing data in GPS-denied environments. The upcoming Mounted Assured PNT System Generation 1 will be the 2,000th unit the Army commissioned from General Dynamics Mission Systems’ GPS Source since […] More
Sigma Defense Systems has introduced a new corporate brand identity to underscore the company’s growth and service offering innovation. The Perry, Georgia-based technology company announced Friday the debut of a redesigned logo and website depicting a flow between digital and physical properties and relating feelings of motion and connection to reflect collaborative progress. Matt Jones According to […] More
Mike Hurt, vice president of Federal at Palo Alto Networks, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview detailing his growth strategy for the company as well as driving its winning culture and delivering next-level solutions for its clients. In addition, Hurt also discussed the challenges of end-point security for federal agencies, cyber […] More
Law firm Sheppard Mullin has created a business group tasked to guide companies from all sectors in working either directly or indirectly with the federal government. The newly established Government Business Group will provide customers with attorneys who have experience in dealing with government contracts and the aerospace and defense industry to help them navigate […] More
Riverside Research was added to a National Science Foundation-led consortium that works to drive hardware security development through cross-sector partnerships. The not-for-profit organization said Wednesday its membership in the Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust or CHEST Consortium allows it to support programs of the Air Force Research Laboratory, whose work spans […] More
Applied Energetics has appointed Mary O’Hara, a member of its board of directors, to serve as the aerospace and defense company’s general counsel and chief legal officer. O’Hara, a nearly-three-decade private law practitioner with experience in securities, corporate and commercial law, previously worked with Applied Energetics as an outside counsel, the Tucson, Arizona-headquartered company said […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries has initiated “light off” of the first Flight III Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer the company is building for the U.S. Navy at a shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi. HII said Wednesday the activity represents a milestone for Aegis combat system activation aboard the future USS Jack H. Lucas and marks the beginning […] More
Strider Technologies has named H.R. McMaster, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general and former U.S. national security adviser, and Charles Carmakal, chief technology officer at Mandiant, as the founding members of its new advisory board. The two new advisers will provide Strider’s executive team with guidance on strategic planning, business development and initiatives, the Salt […] More
Travis Steele, a senior strategic solutions architect at Red Hat, said there are three ways the Department of Defense can do to establish an automation-first culture and one is creating a framework that includes processes, tools and procedures needed for automation and can be implemented across agencies. Steele wrote in a commentary published Wednesday on […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced the selection of 10 university and industry research teams for a program that seeks to develop lightweight, night vision goggles that could offer wider field of view and improved visual access across infrared bands using advances in transduction materials and planar optics. The Enhanced Night Vision in […] More
Alex Whitworth, director of sales at Carahsoft Technology, said companies should review their security practices to identify and address gaps as the Department of Defense is finalizing the second version of its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program. Whitworth wrote in a blog post published Tuesday that DOD’s CMMC 2.0 model has three maturity levels that […] More
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