Three companies have won contracts of varying values to support naval aviation ith professional, technical and administrative services including readiness, planning and resources and manpower.
March 2013 was filled with huge contracts, and the awards came from many different places, going to both large and small businesses. Who won the biggest contracts of March 2013?
As part of Wyle's team, Lockheed Martin has won a $250 million contract to assist Wyle with its work under NASA's Human Health and Performance Contract, including work on the Internatioanl Space Station.
Wyle wins a $1.76 billion recompete at NASA that lands the company its largest contract award to provide health and science support to human space flight operations.
Wyle Inc. has won a $49 million medical research contract with the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine to improve a number of areas related to human performance and medicine.
Tom Anderson resigns as president of Wyle Science, Technology and Engineering Group.
The battle for task orders is about to begin under the latest generation of the Air Force's DESP contract. Who made the final cut?
Wyle's Dawn Jordan offers practical advice for how contractors can take advantage of the delays that are becoming more common in today's market.
It's critical for government contractors to stay ahead of the technology curve. Leading CTOs share their insights on the next big thing.
Wyle Information Systems will work for DARPA's support services office as it moves to new location in Arlington, Va.
Wyle Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CAS Inc., a division of ITT Corp., creating a combined entity that will have pro forma 2009 revenues of approximately $1 billion.
Tom Anderson has built a new team at Wyle Information Systems, and it is focusing on five critical technologies to drive growth.