Latest Federal & Government Contracting Companies' News Coverage

Latest Federal & Government Contracting Companies' News Coverage

ExecutiveBiz News on Video 9/15/2022

Carlyle Closes ManTech Buy; Kevin Phillips Quoted

Carlyle Closes ManTech Buy; Kevin Phillips Quoted

Global investment firm Carlyle completed its acquisition of ManTech International and took the government services contractor private through an all-cash transaction worth approximately $4.2 billion. ManTech said Wednesday it stopped trading on Nasdaq following the completion of the deal and that it will continue to operate through its Herndon, Virginia, headquarters. Stockholders at ManTech approved […]

Redhorse to Deliver Aircraft Maintenance Predictive Analytics to Air Force; John Zangardi Quoted

Redhorse to Deliver Aircraft Maintenance Predictive Analytics to Air Force; John Zangardi Quoted

Redhorse has secured a potential three-year contract from the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office to provide artificial intelligence-powered data analysis capabilities to help the service branch predict aircraft part and component failures. The company said the Innovative Analytics for Condition Based Maintenance Plus award covers the application of AI and machine learning to process and […]

General Dynamics Unit to Develop Inline Media Encryptor for Air Force Systems

General Dynamics Unit to Develop Inline Media Encryptor for Air Force Systems

A U.S. Air Force division has awarded General Dynamics’ mission systems business unit a $22.9 million contract for an encryptor designed to protect classified data stored by manned or unmanned systems. The company said Tuesday it will use capabilities from its suite of [email protected] encryption platforms to deliver a high assurance Inline Media Encryptor to […]

Empower AI’s Paul Dillahay on Supporting Government Missions With Artificial Intelligence

Empower AI’s Paul Dillahay on Supporting Government Missions With Artificial Intelligence

Paul Dillahay, president and CEO of Empower AI and a 2022 Wash100 Award winner, said artificial intelligence is making an impact on missions of the Department of Defense and federal civilian agencies and service desk is one of the areas that is seeing the benefit of AI adoption. He told Government Matters in a video […]

Planet Grants Data Access to 8 Universities, Center Under Geospatial Research Contract; Robert Cardillo Quoted

Planet Grants Data Access to 8 Universities, Center Under Geospatial Research Contract; Robert Cardillo Quoted

Satellite imagery provider Planet has agreed to collaborate with Saint Louis University under a contract that grants a geospatial research group access to the company’s data. Opening up Planet’s resources to the eight academic institutions that comprise Taylor Geospatial Institute, the new multi-year contract constitutes Planet’s most expansive direct university endeavor and is slated to boost […]

DARPA Seeks to Open Classified Defense Projects to Small Businesses

DARPA Seeks to Open Classified Defense Projects to Small Businesses

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has launched a pilot program aimed at expanding the Department of Defense’s access to companies cleared to work on classified military projects. DARPA said Wednesday the Bringing Classified Innovation to Defense and Government Systems program will sponsor a group of small businesses and entrepreneurs to connect with government personnel […]

IronEagleX Picks Altamira for USSOCOM Technical Development Support Work

IronEagleX Picks Altamira for USSOCOM Technical Development Support Work

Altamira Technologies has secured a subcontract to assist veteran-owned defense contractor IronEagleX in providing the U.S. Special Operations Command with technical development support.  The subcontractor said Wednesday it will continue delivering data science and advanced analytic services to IronEagleX in support of USSOCOM under the deal. Altamira provided the same services during the technical prototype phase. In […]

NASA Taps Universities for Orbital Debris Research

NASA Taps Universities for Orbital Debris Research

NASA will provide research grants to three university teams over a 12-month period to examine the orbital environment and explore how the government can develop policies to tackle the problem of space junk. An expert panel chose the winning proposals that are in line with the agency’s goal to address the risks of defunct manmade […]

Northrop Rolls Out Australia’s 1st MQ-4C Autonomous Aircraft

Northrop Rolls Out Australia’s 1st MQ-4C Autonomous Aircraft

Northrop Grumman has rolled out the first MQ-4C Triton unmanned aerial vehicle built for Australia‘s air force at a manufacturing location in Palmdale, California. Wednesday’s unveiling event comes almost three years after the company began aircraft construction work at its Moss Point, Mississippi, factory, Northrop said. The Australian defense department collaborates with Northrop and the […]

Ericsson, National Science Foundation Partner to Propel 5G for Agricultural Drone Operations

Ericsson, National Science Foundation Partner to Propel 5G for Agricultural Drone Operations

Ericsson will work closely with the National Science Foundation-funded Aerial Experimentation and Research Platform for Advanced Wireless to foster research efforts on the use of 5G technology for smart agricultural drone operations.  The entities will collaborate with a consortium of industry partners to advance remote monitoring and assessment of fields, farms and livestock, the networking […]

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