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RTX business Pratt & Whitney has announced a $20 million investment to increase by 40 percent the capacity of its West Palm Beach Engine Center to maintain, repair and overhaul GTF engines. The facility expansion, will result in a 25 percent workforce increase and the addition of new equipment as well as technologies developed at the North American Technology Accelerator, is expected to be completed by the second half of 2025, RTX said Wednesday.

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SAIC CEO Toni Townes-Whitley, a 2024 Wash100 Award winner, shared her plan to grow the company at a recent meeting with analysts and shareholders. A core part of her strategy is company-customer connection, which she said will lay the foundation for continued mission support, the Reston, Virginia-based enterprise said on Thursday.

SAIC is sponsoring the Potomac Officers Club's upcoming Joint Coalition Operations in 2030 Forum on May 30. Click here to learn more and register to attend the forum.

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Susanne Hake, general manager of the U.S. government business at Maxar Intelligence, said the company intends to expand this year its network of electro-optical imaging satellites to meet the data requirements of government and commercial customers. According to Hake, Maxar Intelligence intends to triple its capacity to gather 30-centimeter imagery and increase revisit rates to up to 15 times each day by launching two WorldView Legion satellites with a plan to deploy another four spacecraft this year.

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A Riverbed Technology study has found that 90 percent of public sector leaders consider investing in digital employee experience technology a top priority in the next five years while 80 percent intend to advance DEX tech adoption and implementation.

Attend the Potomac Officers Club's 5th Annual CIO Summit on April 17 to learn more about the latest modernization strategies and how industry can help meet the priorities of federal CIOs. Register here.

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BlueHalo has secured a four-year logistics support contract to help the U.S. Army manage and maintain its laser weapon system designed to defend forces and critical infrastructure against threats from small unmanned aircraft systems. The company said Monday it will serve as the full-cycle lead system integrator overseeing preventative and corrective maintenance and operator and maintenance team training for the Army's Palletized High Energy Laser system.

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Executive Mosaic is proud to announce the selection of U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Kruse, the newly-appointed director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, as a recipient of the Wash100 Award for 2024 for his dedication to ensuring the delivery of actionable intelligence to those who need it and for his determination to build up DIA as a world-class intelligence agency. This year marks the first time Kruse has won the prestigious award.

The Popular Vote Competition of the 2024 Wash100 Award runs through April 30, 2024. Click here to vote for Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Kruse as one of your favorite GovCon industry leaders!

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Doug Cossa of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is among the Chief Information Officers (CIO) handpicked by the Potomac Officers Club (POC) to speak at the 5th Annual CIO Summit. He is set to discuss how public and private sectors can leverage emerging technologies to initiate new strategies and navigate the changing digital landscape.   […] More

Lacey Wean, autonomy and robotics technology program executive at Carahsoft Technology, said drones have become important tools for the public safety community by serving as first responders and supporting search and rescue missions and accident investigations. “Equipped with high-resolution cameras, thermal imaging or other advanced sensors, drones can swiftly survey any scene from the skies and provide crucial data to first responders,” Wean wrote in a blog post published Dec. 8 on the Carahsoft website.

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Lacey Wean, autonomy and robotics technology program executive at Carahsoft Technology, said drones have become important tools for the public safety community by serving as first responders and supporting search and rescue missions and accident investigations. “Equipped with high-resolution cameras, thermal imaging or other advanced sensors, drones can swiftly survey any scene from the skies and provide crucial data to first responders,” Wean wrote in a blog post published Dec. 8 on the Carahsoft website.

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