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NASA is looking for industry partners that can help the agency develop concepts for the development of an in-space laboratory to fabricate multiple materials for exploration missions. The agency said Thursday the FabLab solicitation, issued as part of the Next Space Technologies for Exploration broad agency announcement, will consist of three phases with the goal to build a multimaterial fabrication […] More
The government contracting industry and its agency customers are both grappling with questions as to how they can keep pace with fast technology advancements as requirements and demands of users change with those trends. With the rapid development of new technologies, legal counsel is more important than ever. The general counsel executives in the government […] More
Many government contracting executives and federal agency leaders have publicly stated that rapid changes in technology are putting pressure on both the public and private sectors to keep pace with new tools as they enter market. Both contractors and agencies are also seeking to stay conscious of how innovative products might disrupt how they do business and […] More
United Launch Alliance has launched a National Reconnaissance Office payload and 13 CubeSats for the Government Rideshare Advanced Concepts Experiment aboard an Atlas V rocket as part of the NROL-55 mission. The Boeing–Lockheed Martin joint venture said Thursday the mission is in support of national defense and is the company’s 10th launch since the beginning of the year. Jim […] More
Brian Neely started his career at American Systems in 1996 for his first post-college position in industry and now holds the dual roles of chief information officer and chief technical officer at the employee-owned government services contractor. Neely oversees planning and management functions for the company’s technology and information management-related resources and has also supported acquisition initiatives there. ExecutiveBiz […] More
General Electric’s intelligent platforms business has obtained license to use Northrop Grumman’s air-flow-through cooling technology for military electronic module application. The air-flow-through cooling system incorporates a novel heat exchanger to protect electronic modules and isolates electronic parts from the cooling air using a central channel with heat fins, Northrop said Thursday. Tom Jones, vice president […] More
Raytheon expects to obtain approval from a U.S. military client by the end of 2014 after the company completes developmental testing on its helicopter-mounted shooter detection system, Defense News reported Sunday. Aaron Mehta writes Raytheon developed the Boomerang Air system based on its Boomerang and Warrior X ground-based technologies. Roy Azevedo, Raytheon’s vice president for advanced concepts and technology, […] More
The CrescoAg Corporation and Raytheon Company said last week that they have joined forces on the development of next-generation technologies and analytics to increase productivity and streamline operations for agricultural producers. CrescoAg’s agricultural knowledge, farming expertise and relationships with crop farmers–paired with Raytheon’s abilities in engineering, climatic science, sensor technology and systems integration–will be a […] More
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