Boeing focuses its growth on areas that are rich in building and protecting systems that move mission-critical information and data for government customers.
The Federal Aviation Administration today named Boeing, General Dynamics, and ITT to engineer key parts of its next generation air traffic control system.
Boeing Co. will furnish software support for the military’s next-generation network of tactical radios under a contract potentially worth $54.9 million over five years.
Two days after Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano froze some spending on the SBInet virtual fence system at the Arizona border, Boeing and DHS officials say the system is providing needed capabilities.
The Air Force has awarded L-3 Communications LLP a $20.9 million contract option to build another technologically advanced F-16 Mission Training Center.
Washington Technology ranks the 2009 mergers and acquisitions that had the biggest impact in the government market.
Raytheon Co. has won an initial contract from the Air Force worth $886 million to develop a new element of the Global Positioning System that will improve the accuracy of information from GPS satellites.
The Army has awarded a contract to Boeing Co. to outfit its a brigade combat team with networked gear designed to improve intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities on the battlefield.
Boeing Co. has won a $23 million contract to upgrade software on Air Force bombers to improve targeting capabilities.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection exercised its option to extend its SBInet border surveillance contract with Boeing Co. for a year.
Lawmakers scolded Homeland Security Department officials for the latest round of delays on the SBInet electronic border surveillance project.