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Esri Opens St. Louis, Mo. Office to Support GIS Users

Esri has opened an office within an innovation hub and technology district in St. Louis, Mo., to support users of the company’s geographic information system product. The company said Wednesday its new facility located at the city’s Cortex Innovation Community is a five-minute drive away from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency‘s Next NGA West campus. …

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DynCorp to Deliver Equipment Related Services for Army TACOM Services

DynCorp International has received a potential $14.5 million contract to deliver equipment related services in support of U.S. Army TACOM Strategic Services Solutions. The contract entails the company to contribute qualified personnel, general mechanics tool kits and site supervision to Army TRADOC training locations in Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina and Virginia, DynCorp said Monday. …

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Microsoft, Missouri Enter Criminal Justice Information Services Agreement

Microsoft and the state of Missouri have entered into an agreement to help law enforcement agencies protect criminal justice information through the use of the company’s cloud platform. Rochelle Eichner, director of risk and compliance for Microsoft’s Azure Government engineering team, wrote in a blog entry posted Thursday the company has signed Criminal Justice Information …

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Burns & McDonnell Chosen for Future NGA St Louis Campus Commissioning Services

Burns & McDonnell has received a potential $9.5 million contract to provide commissioning support services for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s future 99-acre replacement campus in north St. Louis, Missouri. The company said Monday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers planning, programming, design, construction and operation services at the Next NGA West campus. NGA announced …

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Navy Taps Advanced Acoustic Concepts for P-8A, MH-60R Trainer Updates

The U.S. Navy has awarded a $13.8 million cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price contract to Advanced Acoustic Concepts for the procurement of the Common Acoustic Simulation Environment Fidelity Implementation system to support P-8A and MH-60R operators. The Defense Department said Monday CASE-FI works to provide tactical operational flight trainers and weapons tactics trainers updated anti-software warfare tactical environment platforms. …

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Boeing Unveils Missouri Lab for Collaborative Unmanned Vehicles; Nancy Pendleton Comments

Boeing has opened an 8,100-square-foot laboratory in St. Charles, Missouri to facilitate the development and validation of software and hardware designed to support collaboration among unmanned ground, maritime and aerial vehicles. The company said Thursday the Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory features a motion capture system that will work to help users operate …

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Jacobs Lands Coal Combustion Residual Consulting Contract in Missouri; Ward Johnson Comments

Jacobs Engineering Group will provide consulting and analysis services to city utilities in Springfield, Missouri, to facilitate compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s coal combustion residual regulations under a $4.9 million contract. The contract covers environmental and geophysical investigations, control plan development, site planning, compliance recommendations in order to address surface impoundments …

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Bob Ciesla: Boeing’s Future Missouri Composites Hub Eyes Commercial, Military Coverage

Construction has begun on Boeing‘s new facility in St. Louis that will house composite manufacturing operations for the 777x commercial aircraft and potentially generate 700 jobs for the community. The company said Tuesday the composites center will cover an area of 367,000 square feet and expand the existing tooling center at the location. Bob Ciesla, …

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Missouri Politicos Hacked

A handful of Missouri lawmakers have reported having their Facebook accounts hacked since the beginning of the year. Graham Cluley writes on the NakedSecurity blog some have speculated the hackers took advantage of a free, unsecured wireless network to sidejack state representatives’ Facebook accounts and post messages such as, “I …

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