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  • FAA Orders Boeing to Modify 737 Technology to Fend off Hackers - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    FAA Orders Boeing to Modify 737 Technology to Fend off Hackers

    The Federal Aviation Association (FAA) publicly announced last Friday in Federal Register–the publication for all details concerning government ordinance and public notices–that the Boeing Company is now required to make modifications to their 737 jetliner technology to protect against attacks by computer hackers.”This may allow the exploitation of network security vulnerabilities resulting in intentional or […] More

  • Boeing Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement to Extend IAM Union Contract 4 Years - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Boeing Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement to Extend IAM Union Contract 4 Years

    Boeing has reached a tentative agreement on a four-year extension of its contract with the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers that is set to expire in September 2012, the company announced Wednesday. The contract still needs to be ratified by IAM members in the states of Kansas, Washington and Oregon. In conjunction with that announcement, Boeing also […] More

  • Boeing Increases Production Rate for 737 Airplanes - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Boeing Increases Production Rate for 737 Airplanes

    Jim Albaugh, Boeing Boeing announced it will increase the production rate for its Next-Generation 737 airplanes from the current rate of 31 to 42 airplanes per month. The 737 program, which will be implemented in 2014, expects to build on average two 737s each work day and 500 each year. “Customers are demanding our Next-Generation […] More

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