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Omni Federal has won a potential $81.4 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force’s Kessel Run division engineer software applications for military use. The company said Tuesday it will support Kessel Run units focused on operational command and control, security, targeting and geospatial intelligence and all-domain platforms as part of the Enterprise Developer/Designer Operational […] More
David Anderson, former vice president of processing systems at SEAKR Engineering, has taken on a new role at the Raytheon Technologies business as VP of product development and chief technology officer. The new appointee, who made the announcement via a LinkedIn post, has a nearly two-decade career with the aerospace and defense company, serving in its […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 3, 2022 — Siemens‘ government technologies business will help NMR Consulting boost capability and capacity for national security mission support under a Small Business Administration Mentor-Protege agreement, ExecutiveGov reported. Siemens Government Technologies and NMR will provide support and equipment modernization services at Department of Defense installations through a joint venture. “NMR […] More
Oshkosh’s defense arm handed over to the U.S. Army the first Stryker infantry carrier vehicle equipped with the 30 mm medium caliber weapon system for production verification testing. Oshkosh Defense said Tuesday it will produce and deliver seven units of MCWS by September for integration with Stryker Double-V Hull armored vehicles under a contract awarded […] More
GRSi has booked a $48 million contract to provide information technology services to two offices under the National Institutes of Health. The company said Tuesday it will support NIH’s Office of Research Facilities and Office of Research Services in various areas such as Agile program management, infrastructure and cloud engineering and DevSecOps. Diane Yarnell, executive […] More
Tom Ferrando, formerly CEO of Salient CRGT, has been appointed to serve as executive chairman of PM Consulting Group’s board of directors. Ferrando, who brings to his new role more than three decades of experience in the government contracting industry, will guide PMCG in expanding service offerings for federal government clients, the Towson, Maryland-headquartered company […] More
Lockheed Martin intends to launch in 2023 three satellites as part of a testbed meant to demonstrate joint all-domain operations in space, C4ISRNET reported Tuesday. Stacy Kubicek, vice president and general manager of Lockheed’s mission solutions business, said the satellites comprising the Space-Augmented JADO Environment or SAJE testbed are modeled after the company’s work on […] More
Richard Koucheravy, a retired U.S. Army colonel and a former executive at Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky subsidiary, has been named executive vice president of the aerospace division at Vita Inclinata. He joins the aircraft stabilizer technology provider from UltiSat, where he most recently served as VP and head of the sales and business development team, the […] More
Raytheon Technologies’ intelligence and space unit has selected CrowdStrike to equip its cloud-based managed detection and response service with endpoint security capabilities. Under the partnership, Raytheon Intelligence & Space will integrate the CrowdStrike Falcon threat intelligence platform into its MDR service to help public and private customers reduce time spent on tracking and mitigating cyber […] More
ICF will help the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services modernize its information technology capabilities under a potential four-year, $33 million recompete contract from the Department of Health and Human Services. CMS’ IT office will leverage digital modernization services from ICF to enhance agency operations, productivity and end-user experience, the global consulting and digital services […] More
John Roman, former HII executive, has been appointed vice president of contracts and procurement at engineering and information technology company ECS. In his new position, Roman will leverage a three-decade career in government contracting to help expand ECS’ market reach as well as oversee its contracts, subcontracts and procurement efforts, the Fairfax, Virginia-headquartered company said Wednesday. John Heneghan, […] More
The field of quantum science holds great promise for advanced quantum technologies in the future. With a wide range of applications in military operations, national security, civilian uses and defense, experts believe quantum is one of the most important tech areas we should be investing in today.  Although the quantum innovation possibilities are nearly infinite, […] More
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