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The U.S. Army could soon field a set of lightweight ground vehicles that would work equip a joint forcible entry mission as part of the service’s efforts to develop its expeditionary portfolio, Defense News reported Monday. Joe Gould writes that the Army eyes an air-droppable mobile protected firepower tank, an ultra-lightweight combat vehicle and light reconnaissance vehicle as potential […] More
Cal Shintani serves as senior vice president and chief growth officer at Oceus Networks. Shintani joined Oceus in February 2012 from CACI International, where he served as a senior vice president and operating group manager. The three-decade military and industry veteran has also held business development, capture and operations roles at Gray Hawk Systems, Veridian, BTG and Unisys. His […] More
A Siemens business unit has won an $11 million contract to help the United States Geological Survey implement methods for saving energy and conserving water at three agency-run facilities. USGS and Siemens Government Technologies will execute water and energy efficiency initiatives at the agency’s headquarters in Virginia, environmental science research facility in Missouri and fisheries […] More
Level 3 Communications has opened a data center in Herndon, Virginia, to deliver cloud computing and managed information technology services to government and other enterprise clients. The Herndon facility is the newest addition to the company’s Premier Elite global infrastructure network and features power, cooling, security and connectivity systems, Level 3 said Thursday. Premier Elite […] More
Ted Davies joined McLean, Virginia-based national security and technology services contractor Altamira in July as CEO after nearly six years as president of Unisys‘ federal government arm — Unisys Federal Systems. Davies took the reins at Altamira nearly a year after the company formed out of a merger between Invertix and Near Infinity, a transaction that was […] More
A Northrop Grumman Block 30 Global Hawk unmanned aerial system was evaluated in NATO’s recent 10-day Unified Vision 2014 trial of the alliance’s joint intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance portfolio. U.S. European Command flew the Global Hawk over three days from Orland Main Air Station in Norway alongside trials for satellites, naval vessels, ground sensors and other ISR […] More
Cisco has deployed technology at Transwestern Property Management‘s Pennzoil Plaza in Houston to help turn the 39-year-old building into an “infrastructure of the future” with a centralized management system that includes energy consumption controls. According to a video posted Thursday on the Cisco website, the “Internet of Everything” applied to infrastructure management systems has brought efficiency in operations. […] More
(Editor’s note: this interview took place prior to ATK’s April announcement that the company would spinoff its sporting division into an independent company and merge its aerospace and defense businesses with Orbital Sciences. Click here to read GovCon Wire’s coverage of both transactions.) As senior vice president and chief information officer at ATK, Jeff Kubacki acts as the Arlington, […] 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
An Engility subsidiary has won $22.2 million in task orders to help the U.S. Air Force engineer, test and manage the branch’s fleet of Reaper and Predator unmanned aerial systems. Dynamics Research Corp. will perform UAS flight and ground assessments, weapons integration, logistics, acquisition and flight scheduling, among other support services, Engility said Wednesday. “We appreciate […] More
NCI Inc. has won a $30 million contract to provide training services for the Army National Guard Training Systems Integration Branch. Work includes distributed learning content development, online portal management and facilities management in line with the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Army Learning Concept 2015, NCI said Tuesday. Brian Clark, NCI’s president, said […] More
Leidos will work to develop and integrate services for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic under three task orders worth nearly $54 million. Leidos will provide information assurance, training, configuration management, logistics, help desk support and Joint Concentrator Architecture site services for the SSC’s Distributed Common Ground System – Navy program, Leidos said […] More
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