As Linda Hudson departs as CEO of BAE Systems, the sad state of STEM education is top of mind. At the NVTC Titan's breakfast, she offers a challenge to industry and three steps for improving a critical national resource.
BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair has won a $14 million contract to provide the Navy with fiscal 2013 dry-docking planned maintenance availability services.
After a difficult year for government contracting, December ends on a high note being one of the most active months for contract awards. Who won the biggest contracts?
Calendar year 2013 came to a close with a flurry of contract awards, including one for $750 million and another worth over $500 million. Here’s a roundup of the major IT-related awards from the last two weeks of the year.
BAE Systems is close to choosing its new CEO, with the decision likely to be made before the end of the calendar year, FedBiz reports.
BAE Systems has prevailed in its protest of a Navy decision to award the next generation jammer contract to Raytheon. The win had put Raytheon on track for billions in follow-on work, but now source selection will start over.
Three contractors have won contracts with the U.S. Navy to support the Multifunctional Information Distribution System Low Volume Terminals.
Weighing in at 67 contract awards, September sticks with tradition and records the most contract awards of the year. Who landed in the top 10?
BAE Systems has won a $13.6 million contract to continue providing operation and maintenance of Navy systems in Hawaii and Australia.
August saw a slight slow down in the number of contract awards that Washington Technology covered, but dollar values are up, and the pace is still strong compared to earlier in the year. Who are the big winners?
BAE Systems has named two ex-Lockheed Martin execs to be vice presidents within its Intelligence & Security sector.
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Eight companies have won extensions to their Advanced Technology Support Program III contracts by another $1.3 billion, allowing them to continue their work supporting obsolete and difficult to maintain technologies.