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TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 27, 2021 — The U.S. Agency for International Development awarded ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) a $69 million task order to gather population-based survey data to track the agency’s progress toward achieving the goals of its global initiatives to reduce malnutrition, water insecurity, poverty and hunger, GovCon Wire reported Sept. 9. Mark Lee, […] More
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is seeking information on space transportation services for future lunar exploration missions and responses to the sources sought are intended to inform upcoming service procurement vehicle. According to the SAM.gov notice, the agency is interested in commercial services for moving astronauts, scientific and architectural payloads and other cargo to establish […] More
The Department of Defense’s Joint Counter-Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office recently concluded a three-week testing of various counter-drone technologies at Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona as part of JCO’s second industry demonstration. Mike DiGennaro, team lead for the office’s counter-UAS testing, said five defense companies flew their CUAS systems against commercial off-the-shelf drones usually used […] More
Dana Linnet, formerly a career foreign service officer at the State Department, has been named general manager and vice president for the public sector business at San Francisco-based translation company Lilt. She will be responsible for bringing Lilt’s modern language service and technology offerings to the government market, the company said Thursday. “As a linguist, […] More
The CERBERUS and Dynamo teams emerged as winners of the two competitions of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Subterranean Challenge, bagging $2 million and $750,000, respectively. CERBERUS, or the CollaborativE walking & flying RoBots for autonomous ExploRation in Underground Settings, landed the top spot on the systems competition where teams demonstrated technologies for mapping […] More
United Launch Alliance will lift off a new satellite for an existing program that helps NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey observe changes on planet Earth’s land. The company said Saturday its Atlas V 401 rocket will launch on Monday from Vandenberg Space Force Base with the Landsat 9 satellite and CubeSats deployed from the […] More
Lockheed Martin and the F-35 Joint Program Office of the Department of Defense have agreed to an F-35 production rebaseline to address the aircraft shortfall caused by COVID-19 and ensure continued manufacturing stability. Under the agreement, Lockheed is anticipating the delivery of up to 139 aircraft this year, 153 aircraft in 2022 and 156 aircraft […] More
Dewberry has secured a shoreline mapping task order from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide aircraft services for the Gravity for the Redefinition of the American Vertical Datum project. The professional services firm said the aircraft trips will enable NOAA to collect gravity data, which would be used in determining the height of […] More
Skypersonic, a subsidiary of Red Cat Holdings and a confined space drone technology provider, has received a five-year contract with NASA to supply drone and rover hardware, software and support for the agency’s Simulated Mars mission. Red Cat said Monday Skypersonic’s Dronebox real-time transoceanic remote piloting platform will command the piloting of the drones and […] More
The 2021 Gauge Report released by Unanet and CohnReznick has highlighted increased competition, cybersecurity, hybrid work and supply chain disruptions as some of the challenges facing government contractors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unanet and CohnReznick said Thursday they polled more than 1,400 GovCon representatives between January and May and found that respondents indicated that increased […] More
A joint venture between Boeing and Textron’s Bell subsidiary will begin to make nacelle improvements to the first CV-22 Osprey aircraft of the U.S. Air Force as part of efforts to enhance the tiltrotor’s readiness and reduce repair time. Bell Boeing will perform nacelle modifications on the CV-22 fleet under a potential $81 million contract […] More
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