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HPE Selected for $443M Follow-on Stratcom IT Support Program

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) a 10-year, $443.2 million contract to support information technology systems and applications for U.S. Strategic Command. Five offers were submitted to the Air Force’s 55th Contracting Squadron for the Stratcom Information Technology Capabilities Contract II and the obligated amount of $451, 217 is from fiscal year …

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NASA Eyes New Deep-Space Tech R&D Partnerships

NASA has released a second request for proposals in search of more companies to help the agency research and develop deep-space habitation systems, advanced propulsion technologies and small satellites. The agency said Wednesday it seeks “evolvable” approaches to long-duration habitation by astronauts and aims to build full-size habitat prototypes by 2018. Companies, nonprofit organizations and universities …

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Bloomberg: Air Force’s Randall Walden Cites ‘Correlation’ Between LRSB Aircraft Cost, Capacity

The U.S. Air Force does not want to publicly disclose the Long Range Strike Bomber contract’s value because the military service believes a disclosure may give adversaries a hint about the aircraft’s specifications, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. Randall Walden, director of the Air Force’s Rapid Capabilities Office, told Sen. John McCain in a letter obtained by …

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BAE’s US Arm Adds Retired Navy Chief Jonathan Greenert to Board

Jonathan Greenert, a retired U.S. Navy admiral and formerly its top uniformed officer, has joined the board of directors at BAE Systems Inc. — the British contractor’s U.S. subsidiary — and will serve for a term of up to three years. Board Chairman Michael Chertoff said Tuesday the subsidiary elected Greenert to the board …

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Army Taps General Dynamics, EOIR Technologies for Software Engineering Services

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) and EOIR Technologies have been awarded contracts worth a combined $49 million to provide software engineering lifecycle support services to the U.S. Army. The Army Contracting Command will allocate funds and provide work locations to the companies upon issuance of individual task orders, the Defense Department said Monday. General Dynamics and …

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MaryAnn Hoadley Joins Koniag Government Services as BD SVP

MaryAnn Hoadley, a 30-year information technology services veteran, has been named senior vice president for business development at Chantilly, Virginia-based contractor Koniag Government Services. Koniag Government Services said Monday that she will report directly to CEO Ed O’Hare and oversee BD, planning, capture, bid and proposal and communication strategies. She will also be responsible …

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Lockheed to Build F-35 Alternate Mission Equipment Under $182M Navy Contract Modification

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a $181.8 million contract modification from the Naval Air Systems Command to manufacture alternate mission equipment for low-rate initial production lot 9 F-35s. The Defense Department said Friday that Lockheed will build and deliver F-35 pilot flight tools, red gear and armaments to the U.S. …

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Bloomberg: CRS Finds Northrop Bomber Bid ‘Substantially Below’ Air Force-DoD Cost Estimates

Congress could review the U.S. Air Force‘s and the Defense Department‘s independent cost estimates for the Long Range Strike Bomber program after the legislative branch’s research arm found Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) winning bid to be “substantially below” those projections,  Bloomberg reported Thursday. According to the story by Anthony Capaccio, Bloomberg obtained an 18-page assessment …

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DDC Targets Space Market Growth in Buy of Maxwell Technologies’ Microelectronics Unit

Data Device Corp. has agreed to acquire a Maxwell Technologies (NASDAQ: MXWL) subsidiary that manufactures microelectronic components for satellites and space vehicles. Vincent Buffa, DDC president and CEO, said in a statement published Tuesday acquiring Maxwell’s microelectronics business is part of DDC’s push to expand into markets that require radiation-hardened microelectronics. The business specializes in …

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Zachary Bookman: OpenGov Adds Open Data Mgmt Tools With Ontodia Buy

Redwood City, California-based financial intelligence analysis firm OpenGov has bought New York-based open data management company Ontodia for an undisclosed sum in a push to expand offerings for the public sector. Zachary Bookman, OpenGov co-founder and CEO, said Wednesday the companies aim to help transform “how governments analyze, share, compare and allocate public …

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