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  • Air Force Examines Potential Close-Air Support Aircraft Models for Light Attack Missions - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Air Force Examines Potential Close-Air Support Aircraft Models for Light Attack Missions

    The U.S. Air Force has examined two close-air support aircraft models to perform light attack missions and potentially serve as a short-term replacement for the service branch’s current fleet, FlightGlobal reported Sunday. Leigh Giangreco writes Air Force has investigated Beechcraft's AT-6 and Embraer's A-29 Super Tucano as possible short-term replacements to its Fairchild Dornier A-10 fleet and seeks to […] More

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    Cyberwarfare: Disappointment or Opportunity?

    Forbes pulled the rug out from under cyber contractors this week with an op-ed speculating cyberwarfare will prove to be a financial disappointment. The article makes some convincing points, but many contractors are banking on author Loren Thompson of Lexington Institute on being wrong. The crux of the problem seems to be cyberwarfare is a […] More

  • ExecutiveBiz's third annual list of Beltway Game Changers to Watch - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    ExecutiveBiz’s third annual list of Beltway Game Changers to Watch

    This is the year of aggressive competition. Tightening federal budgets, plus the insourcing push, are proving as much. But while many say government contracting is entering a lean, mean next couple years, there’s still plenty of market opportunity. The trick is knowing who’s changing the game “” and setting the terms “” so you can […] More

  • Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar set to retire - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar set to retire

    Northrop Grumman has just announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Ronald Sugar, who’s been in his current role since 2003, will retire June 2010. Sugar will be replaced by Wesley Bush, 48, who joined the company in 1987 and currently serves as president and chief operating officer. Sugar is 61 years old, still below Northrop’s […] More

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    Military Experts Question Efficacy of Unmanned Aircraft

    Last week, Northrop Grumman stole the show at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's conference and exhibition in Washington D.C., the largest event of its kind.  The company’s scope of offerings in unmanned vehicles is so great that E.J. “Gene“ Fraser, a VP in the company's strike and surveillance systems division, gave an overview of the company's […] More

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