Tag Archives: L-3

Wednesday Wins

This week, Northrop Grumman won a deal to support the county sheriff in Idaho; Lockheed Martin nabbed a contract from the Naval Air Systems Command. SAIC was awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement to provide research and development support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center crane division; Boeing subsidiary Tapestry Solutions …

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L-3’s Alex Miller on Cyber Threats

In an interview with TheNewNewInternet, L-3’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Intelligence Systems Business Unit Alex Miller spoke about what he perceives to be the most significant cyber threat: “I think there are many cyber threats out there: nation-state, terrorists, illegal activities, to name a few. But …

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Friday Features

This week, Teresa “Terry” Weipert, partner at Accenture, spoke with ExecutiveBiz about her firm, buyer-provider relations and outsourcing. John Sutton, a member of Global Crossing’s leadership team, shared his outlook on growth strategy and cybersecurity. Alex Miller, L-3’s senior vice president and general manager of the Intelligence Systems Business Unit, …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, L-3 and BAE Systems picked up Navy Deals, while CSC will continue to provide IT support to MBDA. ManTech International was awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport Division, and Harris also inked follow-on contracts from the Navy totaling nearly $30 million. STG …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, General Dynamics claimed two contracts from the Project Manager for Maneuver Ammunition Systems, and iGov won a contract to support the Tactical Collaborative Work Suite. Northrop Grumman claimed a Navy contract worth $175 million, and Harris booked a $23.5 million order from the U.S. Department of Defense. Northrop …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, Department of Defense awarded Lockheed Martin three contracts, and Raytheon and SAIC won deals from the same department. Raytheon and Northrop Grumman inked Air Force deals, and BAE Systems, L-3, Boeing, General Dynamics and ITT snagged Army contracts. BAE Systems won a U.S. Army contract valued at as …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – May 12, 2010

Maryland got funds for Health IT adoption. Defense Secretary Robert Gates met with Afghan officials to discuss cooperation in the Afghan theater. The federal government plans to reform its hiring practices. Even Joe the Plumber could become a hacker in 15 minutes. Regulators ruled out a cyber attack for the …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – May 11, 2010

General Keith Alexander was confirmed by the Senate as head of Cyber Command. Wood Parker commented on Larry Strang’s hiring at TASC to develop cyber initatives. A new cyber attack highlights the need for “defense in depth.” DOE hosted its annual small business conference. Finding NEEMO: NASA goes underwater. Hackers …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 28, 2010

CGI’s Donna Morea was named ‘Woman of the Year’ by Learning for Life and the National Capital Area Council Boy Scouts of America. San Fransisco’s systems administrator was found guilty of tampering with government computers. Orbital Sciences and L-3 won Navy deals. This cyber criminal got jail time and a …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 20, 2010

Obama has nominated a CMS Administrator, Dr. Donald Berwick. NASA continues to track the volcano eruption in Iceland that has snarled international air travel. Wind turbines are a threat to national security, says a NORAD General. A computer virus shut down border crossings. USAF CENTCOM is looking to L-3 to …

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L-3’s Hans Hollister on Business Development

L-3’s Hans Hollister sat down with ExecutiveBiz and shared his personal take on the topic of business development. “I believe the main thing is that if you really want to get business from a customer, they have to feel comfortable with you, and they have to see themselves doing business …

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