Cobham President Jeremy Wensinger spoke with ExecutiveBiz about what he has planned for Cobham in the near future: “Our goals for 2010 are to return to our shareholders low double digit growth while continuing to meet or exceed expectations externally, as we have over the past five years. Every day, we read about one program or another that has found its way into a difficult time in terms of execution, so a continuing priority for me and the team has been for us to continue delivering on our commitments to our customers. Over the last two years, we have added nearly a billion dollars worth of revenue to our portfolio through a series of acquisitions and integrations that have enabled us to deliver more value to our customers. To meet and exceed customer expectations, our strategy has been to continue our execution on programs as we integrate what had been standalone companies and demonstrate that we are adding more value through that integration.”
QuantiTech, a technical engineering services provider to the government sector, has purchased Dynamic Concepts Inc. for an undisclosed sum in a move to expand work with NASA across human spaceflight programs.
Alliant Enterprises has won a potential 10-year, $225M contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide patient monitoring systems, capital equipment and accessories to the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and federal civilian agencies.