Curtis George Bolig was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for his excellence in military services and supply. Bolig is the Commodity Manager of Integrated Supply and Auxiliary Systems for BAE systems. Currently in his role he leads the development of training programs for the procurement materials that a used to manufacture military vehicles. According to Cambridge Who’s Who, Bolig is “considered an expert in fasteners hardware, integrated supply, and Kanban sytems.” He is being honored for his demonstration of leadership and dedication in military services and supply after his four years at BAE systems.
BAE Systems‘ technology solutions and services unit will continue to help the U.S. Air Force integrate hardware and software into Intercontinental Ballistic Missile systems under a $651.6 million contract modification. The two-year contract entails sustaining engineering support to the Minuteman III and Sentinel Systems Directorates, the Department of Defense said Tuesday. Work will occur at
The U.S. subsidiary of MBDA will manufacture common anti-air modular missiles for maritime use under a potential $145.56 million contract from the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command. Under the four-year contract, MBDA Inc. will produce CAMM systems for installation on multi-mission surface combatant vessels of domestic and international customers, including Saudi Arabia, the Department
Heather Conigliaro SkyePoint Decisions, a cybersecurity architecture and engineering services provider, has appointed company veteran Heather Conigliaro as chief strategy officer and hired industry professional Heather Newlin as chief operating officer. Conigliaro brings to the role over two decades of leadership experience as she oversees SkyePoint’s corporate strategic priorities and people operations, the company said.