Boeing and MIT fly an UAV with a smart phone.
Lockheed Martin Corp. topped all Defense Department contractors with about $12.5 billion in 6,334 contracts and contract modifications in 2010, according to an exclusive Aviation Week Intelligence Network analysis.
Science Applications International Corp. filed a protest Aug. 26 against the Army's award of Ground Combat Vehicle technology development contracts to two teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems.
Argon ST unit makes cuts; cites market conditions and pressure from increased competition.
The alliance will focus on the smart grid and the Defense Department.
Since the final space shuttle flight landed on July 21, about 1,000 employees will be cut from the program by the end of August.
Boeing Co. is acquiring Solutions Made Simple Inc., a privately held information services provider to the government and the intelligence community.
Competition heats up for a U.S. Air Force contract to build jet trainers.
A new program in Oklahoma will pay prime contractors cash for bringing jobs to the state.
Boeing has put its focus on IT to help it weather the current budget crunch. Where is the aerospace giant placing its bets?
The Government Accountability Office said contractor invoices for the $780 million Secure Border Initiative Network program lacked details. Where did they fall short?
Boeing Co. and General Dynamics Corp. have won a Supreme Court decision that will keep some $3 billion in their coffers rather than requiring them to repay it to the federal government, the Wall Street Journal reports today.