SRA team provides management, tech assistance to FAA

Contract calls for providing agency’s Air Traffic Organization with diverse set of support services and skills to support NextGen initiatives

Trio wins FAA contracts topping nearly $400M

Three contractors will compete for work to help the FAA manage information flow among air traffic controllers.

ITT Exelis team targets huge FAA opportunity

ITT Exelis team includes airlines, manufacturers and other system integrators. Who made the cut?

Roger W. Jones Award for executive leadership bestowed

The award honors commitment to public service.

Noblis wins $350M FAA award to upgrade air traffic system

Noblis Inc., a provider of technology and strategy services to the federal government, has won a seven-year prime contract with a potential value of $350 million to support the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Control system.

Harris goes north to Alaska to upgrade FAA route system

Harris Corp. will upgrade Alaska's air transportation system as part of a 10-year Federal Aviation Administration contract worth $85 million.

SAIC wins FAA award for IT support to numerous agencies

Science Applications International Corp. will help the Federal Aviation Administration and other federal agencies operate their business services more smoothly thanks to a five-year FAA contract that could be worth more than $156 million if all options are exercised.

FAA puts IT projects on fast track

The FAA is saying good-bye to projects that take years to payoff, if ever. How quickly do they now want contractors to show results?

Contractor gets prison time for hacking TSA terrorist screening database

After finding out his five-year stint at the TSA had come to a close, TSA contractor James Duchak took out his dismay by messing with the terrorist screening database.

TASC takes off on $828M FAA NextGen award

TASC Inc. will help the Federal Aviation Administration transition to the NextGen air traffic control system under a 10-year contract worth as much as $827.8 million.

Lockheed wins $356M extension for FAA flight services

Lockheed Martin Corp. has won a three-year, $356 million contract option from the Federal Aviation Administration to continue serving the general aviation community under the Automated Flight Service Stations contract. The option begins Friday, Oct. 1.

Harris will continue to help tell FAA which way the wind blows

Harris Corp. will continue to maintain the Weather and Radar Processor system it developed for the Federal Aviation Administration under a six-year, $97 million contract.

SRA continues to support FAA on airport technology research

SRA International Inc. will provide technical support to the Federal Aviation Administration under a five-year contract valued at approximately $57 million.

Booz Allen snares $700M FAA NextGen contract

The contract, which covers NextGen and the current National Airspace System infrastructure, calls for a broad range of systems engineering, investment and business case analysis.

FAA issues rule on satellite-based air traffic control

The Federal Aviation Administration has set requirements for satellite-based tracking technology that's central to its planned next-generation air traffic control system.

Northrop lands FAA communications maintenance award

Northrop Grumman Corp. will provide maintenance services and logistics support to the Federal Aviation Administration under a five-year, $32 million contract.

Three contractors win billions in FAA NextGen contract

The Federal Aviation Administration today named Boeing, General Dynamics, and ITT to engineer key parts of its next generation air traffic control system.