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Fulcrum has been chosen as a finalist in the Tessera category for the 2014 Helios Apollo Awards, which recognize companies in the Washington metropolitan area that work to promote employee development.  The finalists were selected out of 200 nominations, the company announced Thursday. “We are extremely proud to be recognized on the commitment to our […] More
Spectrum Health has opened a new facility in Michigan to support its clinical trial efforts, research programs and academic opportunities, Grand Rapids Business Journal reported Friday. Rachel Weick writes that the Spectrum Health Basic and Translational Research Laboratories is a 9,000-square-foot renovated laboratory at the Cooper’s Landing building. The company’s employees will have access to […] More
Lockheed Martin has won a “Large Prime Contractor of the Year” award as part of NASA‘s Small Business Industry Awards. The company was recognized for its role in using small businesses and performance in awarding subcontracts to small businesses for work at NASA’sJet Propulsion Laboratory, Lockheed announced Thursday. “Small business partners bring an array of […] More
Wayne Lewandowski serves as vice president of Vormetric‘s federal operations, where he works to drive growth with the company’s customers in the Defense, civilian and intelligence communities. Lewandowski has spent more-than-20-years working in the federal market with emerging integrators and technology companies, most recently helping establish virtualization and storage consulting company Plan B Government Systems‘ […] More
George Newstrom leads Dell Services Federal Government as its vice president and general manager, a position he rose to after joining the firm in 2011 to help expand its reach in the cybersecurity and intelligence spaces. Newstrom is a retired U.S. Marine Corps electronics and communications officer and also served as secretary of technology for the […] More
Elbit Systems has been awarded a three-year, $290 million contract to install night vision technology into combat tanks for an Asian-Pacific customer. The company will also provide equipment such as gunner sights and fire control systems to the international client for tank modernization, Elbit said Thursday. “Asia-Pacific is one of Elbit Systems’ key markets and […] More
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and Office of Naval Research have developed a paint additive they hope can help prevent corrosion of vehicles’ metal surfaces. The U.S. Navy said Wednesday that the polyfibroblast powder is designed to be mixed with commercial paint primers and for its composition to help scratched paint heal over the exposed metal. Navy […] More
Three Wire Systems executives will travel to national conferences this spring and summer to discuss the company’s veteran coaching program. VetAdvisor is intended to coach participants on behavioral health, wellness, finances, transition and career development, the company announced Tuesday. Company executives will attend the NVTC Destionation Innovation, SugarCon 2014, EAPA Pittsburgh Chapter, 2014 NARMH Annual […] More
Navistar Engineering Director Scott Van Dorn has joined the strategic advisory board at energy company HPEV, where he will work to offer the company insights on the mobile generation and work truck markets. Van Dorn handles Navistar’s production definition, investment and engineering activities for the company’s medium duty, buses and military vehicles portfolio in North America, […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s integrated warfare systems and sensors business has partnered with Rowan University to research, build and test radar technologies for national defense usage. The collaborative project covers radar component prototyping, system performance evaluation, sustainment modeling and engineering course development, Rowan University said Tuesday. Carmen Valentino, vice president of naval radar and future systems at […] More
Bill Thomas, KPMG LLP CEO in Canada, has been appointed chairman of the board of KPMG’s Americas region that includes the U.S., Canada, Central and South America and Israel. Thomas will continue with his role as chief executive of KPMG’s operations in Canada, the company announced Tuesday. He will succeed John Veihmeyer, who was promoted […] More
ICF International forecasts natural gas prices to increase between 2015 and 2020 as demand increases from new petrochemical plants, liquefied natural gas export terminals and pipeline exports to Mexico. The Fairfax, Va.-based consulting contractor attributes the increase to the cold winter in the Eastern U.S. and also predicts more drilling for energy to occur in response […] More
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