Tag Archives: Hawaii

Raytheon’s Mark Bigham: Graphics Can Help Mitigate Human Error in Emergency Mgmt Systems

Mark Bigham, chief innovation officer of Raytheon‘s intelligence, information and services business, has said user-friendly graphic interfaces can help prevent human error in the use of emergency management computers. Bigham outlined lessons learned from a false ballistic missile alarm that caused panic across Hawaii, such as the need to create “bold and big” …

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LMI Gets Marine Infrastructure Support Contract Modification

LMI has received potential five-year, $46 million contract modification that covers facility planning, services data management and geospatial information support for the U.S. Marine Corps‘ Infrastructure Reset Strategy. The modification contains a one-year base period worth $12.3 million and work could extend through Oct. 22, 2022 if all options are exercised, LMI said …

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Lockheed Deploys 3 of 6 Receivers for Air Force GPS Monitoring Stations; Vinny Sica Comments

Lockheed Martin has delivered three satellite signal receivers to the U.S. Air Force as part of efforts to update the service branch’s global positioning system monitoring stations at six international locations. The company said Monday the Monitor Station Technology Improvement Capability receivers will work to build on the accuracy of GPS satellite signals …

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AT&T to Update Military Network Infrastructure in Hawaii Under DISA Contract; Anthony Robbins Comments

AT&T has received a 10-year contract with an undisclosed amount from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide a communications network that will serve to support military operations in the Pacific region. The company said Wednesday it will help update DISA’s network infrastructure in Hawaii in efforts to facilitate the secure transmission …

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AECOM Lands Navy Environmental Action Support Contract Modification

The U.S. Navy has awarded AECOM a $13.5 million contract modification to provide architect-engineering services in support of environmental action programs within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s Pacific area of responsibility. The Defense Department said Monday that work will include information evaluation; environmental sample analysis; field investigations; analytical data assessment; human health and ecological risk evaluation; community relations support; and construction …

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Harris to Help Sustain Space Systems Under Air Force Contract Modifications

Harris has received two contract modifications valued at $44 million in total from the U.S. Air Force to provide sustainment services for space systems. The Defense Department said Tuesday Harris will carry out space control depot support and increase sustainment services for Space Superiority Systems under a $35.5 million modification. Work will occur in Palm …

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Parsons to Extend Oahu, Hawaii Roadside Assistance Services

The Hawaii Transportation Department has awarded Parsons a potential five-year contract to continue to provide roadside assistance services on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Parsons said Monday offers motorist assistance, traffic incident response support and roadway debris removal services along 29 miles of Oahu freeway through the island’s the Freeway Service Patrol program. Honolulu’s city and county police, fire, …

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Navy Taps 5 Small Businesses for Remedial Action Services to NAVFAC Pacific

The U.S. Navy has selected five small businesses to provide remedial action services for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s Pacific area of responsibility under a potential five-year, $40 million contract. The Defense Department said Friday Cape Environmental Management, EATC JV, Engineering/Remediation Resources Group, Insight-ESI and CKY will compete for task orders to perform remedial and removal actions, soil excavation and …

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Leidos Awarded $85M Hawaii Energy Conservation Program Mgmt Extension

Leidos has secured a potential nine-year, $85 million contract from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission to continue to run an electric ratepayer-funded conservation and efficiency program in the state. The company said Thursday it will manage the design and implementation of commercial and residential rebate offers as well as clean energy training and educational programs …

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NIST to Fund Organizations in 11 States to Operate Manufacturing Centers

The Commerce Department‘s National Institute of Standards and Technology has begun the fourth round of competitions for cooperative funding agreement opportunities for Manufacturing Extension Partnership centers across 11 states. NIST said Thursday it will provide a potential $60 million to fund organizations in Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina and …

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