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Honeywell has secured a potential eight-year, $70 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide spare parts for a company-built radar altimeter technology used in U.S. Army helicopters. The Department of Defense said Friday the contract will cover spares and repairs for the Radar Altimeter Common Core APN-209, including receiver transmitters and indicator receiver transmitters.

Matthew Milas, former vice president at L3Harris Technologies, has joined Honeywell to serve as president of defense and space at its aerospace-focused business, according to his LinkedIn announcement. The executive is now responsible for driving Honeywell Aerospace’s delivery of electronic platforms, engines, power and mechanical systems, satellite technologies, space vehicles, microelectronics and other offerings to […] More
More than a century after its founding, Honeywell International Inc. has developed innovative technologies that improve people’s lives and ensure their safety in aerospace, fire protection, and security. Consistently providing excellent performance, the federal government contracted Honeywell in various development and research projects. Want to know more about Honeywell government contracts? Read on and discover […] More
Honeywell International Inc. is a global company that develops technology for large industries, including aerospace, safety, health care, and chemicals. It earned a name for itself by pioneering innovations with a strong foothold in many markets worldwide. Honeywell has been around since its founding over a hundred years ago. But how does it stay on […] More
The National Nuclear Security Administration has exercised five option years on a potential 10-year, $5 billion site support contract with a joint venture of HII, Jacobs and Honeywell International. Mission Support and Test Services will continue to run the Nevada National Security Site in Nye County through Nov. 30, 2027, after the agency determined the extension was the […] More
Inmarsat and Honeywell have introduced a new satellite communications service for government and business airborne users. SwiftJet is backed by Inmarsat’s ELERA satellite network and is set to become commercially available in the first half of 2023 to deliver inflight connectivity over L-band, Inmarsat said Monday. SwiftJet uses Honeywell-built hardware that can be installed on […] More
A team consisting of Lockheed Martin‘s Sikorsky subsidiary and Boeing has selected Honeywell to provide auxiliary power units for the Defiant X helicopter. Defiant X is the Sikorsky-Boeing team’s helicopter offering for the U.S. Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft program and is being evaluated in a digital combat environment, Honeywell said Monday. Honeywell will provide […] More
A Honeywell International subsidiary will continue managing and operating the Sandia National Laboratories through April 30, 2027, under an extended Department of Energy contract. The National Nuclear Security Administration awarded contract option terms 1 to 5 to Honeywell’s National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia to ensure the facility’s continuous management and operation, DOE said […] More
Honeywell International has made an investment of an undisclosed sum and partnered with public safety company RapidSOS to support a data platform first responders and emergency centers use to gather crisis information. As part of the partnership, Honeywell said Wednesday it will integrate its technologies with the RapidSOS emergency response data platform to speed up […] More
Stevan Slijepcevic, a more than 25-year veteran of Honeywell, has succeeded Brad Feldmann as president and CEO of Cubic. Slijepcevic said in a statement Wednesday he will lead Cubic alongside three-decade government contracting executive Mac Curtis, who will take over Feldmann’s duties as board chairman, to drive its next phase of growth as a private […] More
Honeywell International has won a potential five-year, $22.5 million contract from the U.S. Navy to develop, construct and test a ruggedized atomic clock module envisioned to deliver the same accuracy as a commercial cesium beam clock. The Compact Rubidium Extended Stability Timing module is intended to generate GPS-quality timing in austere operational environments, the Department […] More
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