Boeing Co. has won a $182 million follow-on contract from the Air Force as part of the continuing Wideband Global Satcom program.
Stanley Inc. will provide support for Navy programs under two contracts totaling $11 million.
The Navy has qualified 556 additional contractors to compete for task orders under the SeaPort Enhanced acquisition program.
Defense Department planners want to shift a significant chunk of funding away from programs that are struggling or of low priority to more pressing needs to support the war effort in Afghanistan, reports Kate Brannan at Defense News.
HP Enterprise Services LLC will support the transition from the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet to a next-generation program under a contract potentially worth $3.4 billion over five years.
Boeing continued its expansion into the cybersecurity realm this week with the acquisition of Narus Inc., a provider of real-time network traffic and analytics software.
The General Services Administration released on July 6 a final request for proposals that will enable civilian and defense agencies to purchase much-needed commercial satellite communications, reports Emily Long at NextGov.
A unit of CACI International Inc. will provide support and assistance to the Defense Department in its efforts to counter roadside bombs on the battlefield under a $10.3 million contract.
Three contractors will vie for $565 million in advisory and assistance support services to the nation’s ballistic missile defense program under a newly awarded indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.
Science Applications International Corp. will furnish technical support to the Defense Department for its integrated business management functions under a new contract.
Boeing Co. will assist the Air Force Research Laboratory to further develop and demonstrate technologies for the airborne launch and recovery of unmanned aerial vehicles under a new contract.
NCI Information Systems Inc. will provide a wide range of support services to the Army Program Executive Office Soldier under a new contract.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will furnish additional aerostat surveillance systems to the Army for use in detecting threats to ground forces from roadside bombs and other means under a $142 million contract.
HP Enterprise Services will furnish the Air Force with a new command and control system capable of boosting its cyber defense capabilities under a new contract.
Science Applications International Corp. will continue to assist the Navy in its efforts to train sailors to maintain and operate surface ship weapons under a new task order worth up to $80 million over five years.
Veteran Harris Corp. executive Daniel R. Pearson has been named the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer responsible for the company’s daily business operations and five business lines.
Three contractors will vie for up to $502 million in shipboard network infrastructure and related engineering work over the next eight years that will support network infrastructure for Navy ships.
The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded contracts to 11 companies who will now compete for $6.6 billion in IT task orders.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division develop and refine communications and information systems under a new task order.
Alion Science and Technology Corp. will provide research and testing services to the Air Force Weapon Systems Technology Information Analysis Center under a new contract.
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