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Sarcos Robotics subsidiary RE2 has assembled and tested a gripper technology in a laboratory environment as part of a U.S. Navy-funded underwater end-of-arm tool development project. The Strong Tactile mARitime hand for Feeling, Inspecting, Sensing and Handling system is designed to help military operators dispose of undersea mines and explosive ordnance remotely, Sarcos said Tuesday. […] More
An Akima subsidiary has received a potential three-year, $7.6 million contract to help the U.S. Coast Guard’s National Maritime Center process approximately 100,000 commercial mariner credential applications annually. RiverTech will assist the West Virginia-based credentialing body in evaluating merchant mariner documents to determine whether applicants should be approved or denied for certification, Akima said Tuesday. Duncan […] More
Radiance Technologies has expanded its board of directors with the appointment of U.S. Air Force veterans John Thompson and James Poss who both bring military leadership experience to the company’s ranks. “Their proven track record of leadership and strategic vision will bring additional strength to the company as we continue to offer advanced technology solutions […] More
Palantir Technologies has won a $36 million contract from the U.S. Army to build a prototype for the service branch’s future intelligence ground station for collecting and disseminating tactical data. The company said Tuesday it will offer its Modular Open System Architecture that provides artificial intelligence and machine learning insights to process sensor data collected […] More
David Spirk, former chief data officer at the Defense Department and a previous Wash100 Award winner, has been appointed to the government advisory board of counter-drone technology maker Fortem Technologies. The U.S. Marine Corps veteran joins other former military and federal officials who advise Fortem’s management team on its strategic efforts to address customer defense […] More
Metric5, an Atlanta, Georgia-headquartered digital transformation company, has secured a potential five-year, $69 million contract to provide cybersecurity and program management services to the U.S. Army. The company said Tuesday it will support cybersecurity strategy development and implementation to safeguard systems used by the Army Defensive Cyber Operations under the Project Management Support Services program. […] More
Greg Bowman, chief innovation officer & vice president of Corporate Development with Siemens Government Technologies, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding his insights on the critical importance of zero-trust standards, end-to-end product traceability and the talent recruitment challenges in the federal marketplace during the latest Executive Spotlight interview. “Digital transformation is by any measure more affordable, effective, and essential than […] More
Some small business owners see that government is immense pain and hassle. There are lots of permits you need to obtain, paying taxes, employee certifications, business certifications, complying with the local, state, and federal laws, and so much more tasks on the list. However, despite all the obstacles the federal government brings, there are many […] More
The Impact Level 6 provisional authorization the Department of Defense granted to Microsoft for its Azure Government Secret platform has been expanded to cover the 60 initial cloud services included in the offering. Brian Eshenbrenner, a Microsoft vice president, said in a blog post published Monday the cloud platform is also authorized to support the […] More
A Northrop Grumman-built cargo spacecraft has reboosted the International Space Station to its desired altitude on orbit in preparation for future space operations. The company said Monday Cygnus used its main onboard engine to conduct station orbit adjustment several months after the spacecraft docked to the ISS to deliver equipment and supplies to the astronauts […] More
Catalyst Accelerator hosted a two-week event that sought to help a cohort of businesses connect with subject matter experts on government contracting. Six companies that have not yet worked with any public sector organization took part in the Government Business Boot Camp, which featured panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions, Catalyst Accelerator said Monday. Executives at […] More
St. Petersburg, Florida-based security software developer Code-X has raised new capital through a Series B funding round led by private equity firm Sagewind Capital. Raj Kanodia, managing director of Sagewind, will serve on the board of directors at CodeX, along with government market veterans Bob Donahue Jr. and Deborah Dunnie as part of the financing […] More
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