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?
DEFENSE MICROELECTRONICS ACTIVITY
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.
The Navy has given the go ahead to four companies to continue their design development for the UCLASS aircraft, meant to give carriers added surveillance and defense capabilities .
Boeing Co. looked ahead in 2012 to avoid this year's fiscal storms by restructuring and reinvesting savings to build its cyber and command and control businesses and as a result it solidified its Top 100 ranking.
Boeing Co. has won a contract option to provide the Navy with logistics support services for its C-40A aircraft fleet.
Boeing Co. has won a contract modification to produce precision laser guidance sets for the Navy, Air Force, and the governments of Saudi Arabia and Japan, under a combined purchase governed by the Foreign Military Sales program.
February was a slow month when it comes to contracts, but it still had its share of large awards.
We countdown the big winners for the month.
Boeing has won a contract to improve the Line of Sight-Short laser targeting system for the U.S. Air Force.
The Homeland Security Department is close to the demonstration phase on a $390 million contract to develop a network to protect U.S. borders.
Boeing Co. has won a contract to continue modernizing the GPS satellite constellation.
January saw some large multiple-award contacts and a couple single awards worth $600 million and above. Who were the month's big winners?
Argon ST has won a $46 million option under the Navy's SSEE Increment F contract for situational awareness systems delivery.