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Seven research teams have received $3.3 million in total funding to develop technologies for sustaining and operating the state of New York’s electric grid. The recipients submitted proposals demonstrating the performance and resiliency of the electric power delivery system in New York before they obtained the awards, the NYC Press Office said Wednesday. “These projects […] More
The government of the Philippines has requested to buy $61 million in C-130T transport planes and related equipment through a U.S. Defense Department-run foreign military sale program. The Philippines’ air force is interested in acquiring two Lockheed Martin-made C-130s from DoD’s existing stock, The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Thursday. According to DSCA, the Philippine […] More
Corporate Counsel has released a report that indicates salaries for general counsel increased by $701,001 in 2013, The Washington Post reported Sunday. Catherine Ho writes the pay hike is a gain of 6.8 percent compared to a 7.4 percent year-over-year increase in 2012. Corporate Counsel surveyed the pay packages of 100 highest-paid legal officers last year […] More
BAE Systems has kicked off a series of simulation-based tests on F-35 and Typhoon aircraft that the U.K.’s military will start to operate in 2018. An E3D Sentry crew worked to send datalink-transmitted tasks for the F-35 aircraft to engage ground targets and for the Typhoons to destroy air threats as part of the exercise, said Monday. Tony Hall, […] More
Raytheon will manufacture 84 command post terminals for the U.S. Air Force to use advanced-extremely high-frequency satellite communications, National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Stew Magnuson writes that Raytheon will build the service’s Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminals under a $298 million contract. The A-EHF satcom constellation is built to avoid jamming and secure military communications in […] More
Bill Sullivan is Informatica’s vice president and general manager for North American public sector, with responsibility for federal government and K-12 education customer relations. Sullivan reports to North America Senior VP Frank Fallon and works to grow Informatica’s public sector footprint in the U.S. He has helped the company sell and implement its healthcare information exchanges […] More
Northrop Grumman and Boeing have sent their responses to a U.S. Air Force notice that seeks a vendor to build the branch’s next set of GPS satellites under a potential $200 million contract, Space News reported Thursday. Mike Gruss writes the Air Force’s acquisition arm released a solicitation in search of interested vendors to develop the next batch of GPS III satellites and […] More
Chris Chadwick, president and CEO of Boeing‘s defense business, predicts that government spending cuts worldwide will drive more partnerships and consolidations in the defense sector, Defense News reported Wednesday. Aaron Mehta writes that Chadwick discussed the role of strategic alliances in the industry during a media event held Tuesday at a Boeing corporate office in St […] More
A consortium led by Optomec has been awarded a $4 million project to develop three-dimensional printing methods to repair metallic aerospace structures for the U.S. Air Force. The 3D printer company will collaborate with GE Aviation, Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce and 20 other organizations to explore additive manufacturing techniques under the Re-Born in the USA project, […] More
DigitalGlobe and Ball Aerospace executives have discussed with Commerce Department Secretary Penny Pritzker the issues of an aerospace workforce and commercial satellite imagery regulations during a roundtable in Denver, Colorado. DigitalGlobe CEO Jeffrey Tarr and Ball Aerospace CEO Robert Strain also updated Sec. Pritzker on how the WorldView-3 satellite could work to meet various demands, […] More
Northrop Grumman‘s communications payload for the Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite has passed on-orbit testing conducted by the U.S. Air Force and deemed able to configure communications networks with ground terminals. The company said Tuesday the payload on the AEHF-3 began signal transmission in January as the satellite reached geostationary orbit alongside other satellites in a constellation named the “ring of […] More
The National Security Agency has issued cyber incident response assistance accreditation to seven companies under the National Security Cyber Assistance Program, the Defense Daily Network reported Wednesday. Following an assessment of 21 focus areas, such as incident analysis and network traffic data collection, the NSA accredited Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen Hamilton, CrowdStrike Services, FireEye, Mandiant, Maddrix and Verizon. NSA’s information assurance directorate also evaluated the […] More
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