Tag Archives: L-3

L-3 to Provide Engineering for Navy Aircraft Fatigue Program

L-3 Communications won a $9,536,470 Navy contract modification to provide technical and engineering support services for an aircraft fatigue monitoring program, the Defense Department announced Wednesday. L-3 will provide data analysis, information systems, and software functions for the Structural Appraisal of Fatigue Effects Program. L-3 will work with the Naval …

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L-3 Awarded $25M to Upgrade Air Force GPS

The U.S. Air Force has awarded L-3 Communications a $25,683,928 contract modification to upgrade receiver cards used for GPS navigation, the Pentagon announced Tuesday. L-3 will also implement interface control documents and add functionality according to the Pentagon. Work will be performed in Anaheim, Calif and is expected to be …

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Profile: Ideal Innovations’ SVP RJ Kolton

R.J. Kolton has been a member of Ideal Innovations‘ executive team since November 2010 and currently serves as senior vice president of the company’s strategy and corporate development. In his position, Kolton both plans and implements corporate growth strategies. He provides support to managers of the company’s business units, assisting in …

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Profile: Tony Frederickson, Schafer CEO

Tony Frederickson is president and CEO of Schafer Corp. The 30-year industry veteran is responsible for Schafer’s overall strategy, including existing and new business growth and strategic acquisitions aligned with the company’s growth objectives. Prior to joining Schafer, Frederickson was the general manager of Titan Corp.’s research and technology division. L-3 …

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L-3 Receives $44.8 Million TSA Order for Its Innovative ProVision ATD Image-Free Personnel Screening System

L-3 Communications announced today that the U.S. Transportation Security Administration has purchased 300 ProVision ATD personnel screening systems for use at aviation checkpoints. The contract value of this order is $44.8 million and production of these units is underway. “Our research teams developed sophisticated automatic detection algorithms that power the industry’s …

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L-3 Wins $82 Million Contract from Navy for C4 Engineering

The U.S. Navy has awarded L-3 Services a potential $82 million indefinite delivery and quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for engineering and technical support services for command, control, communications and computer exercise planning. Under the contract, L-3 will provide integration, systems integration, operational systems, training, logistics, software engineering, quality assurance and life-cycle …

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Boeing Exec Admits Firm Being under 'Continuous' Attack by Hackers

Following last week’s media reports that Google, Lockheed Martin, L-3 and Northrop Grumman had recently been targeted by hackers, aerospace giant Boeing has now admitted to being under  “continuous” cyber attack, although it has been spared from database breaches, a senior executive said. “We, as are other global enterprises, are …

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Webb Telescope Goes Into Deep Freeze

Mirrors constructed by Northrop Grumman and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. for use on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope are ready for deep-freeze testing. NASA said the mirrors will begin final cryogenic testing this week. The test is designed to show how the mirrors will respond to space’s extreme temperatures. …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, L-3 was awarded a $157 million modification to a contract for the procurement division of the U.S. Special Operations Command Headquarters. ATK will provide Lockheed Martin a thermal sensor for a project with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ISIS Airship. BAE Systems has won a deal with …

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L-3 Acquires FUNA International

L-3 Communications has acquired FUNA International, the company announced today. The terms of the contract were not disclosed.  FUNA will be included in the Marine & Power Systems Group within L-3’s Electronic Systems segment. The company is a supplier of communications systems, control and safety systems, and entertainment solutions for …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, Alion booked a deal to help Special Operations Forces in the field. QinetiQ North America was awarded the Engineering Services Contract for NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, valued at $1.9 billion. L-3 grabbed a trio of deals worth more than $1 billion. Keane Federal Systems became the latest firm …

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Friday Features

This week, USIS Vice President of Contracts Jeff Johnson spoke about ongoing training in light of changing government regulations. L-3 Security & Engineering Solutions Vice President of Contracts Joanne Newman spoke about being able to do more with less, and using a contracts team efficiently. In addition, corporate director of …

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