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State Dept Clears $2B in Saudi MH-60R Helicopter, Turkey Phalanx Gun System Sales

The State Department has approved approximately $2.2 billion in requests from Saudi Arabia and Turkey to purchase military equipment from the U.S. under foreign military sales agreements. Saudi Arabia has asked the U.S. for $1.9 billion in MH-60R multimission helicopters, equipment and logistics services in a transaction that sees Sikorsky Aircraft and Lockheed Martin …

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General Dynamics NASSCO Awarded USS Mitscher Ship Modernization Contract

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) NASSCO subsidiary has received a potential $40 million contract to help the U.S. Navy‘s modernize its USS Mitscher warship. The Navy initially awarded $36.4 million to NASSCO and the contract will reach its full potential value if all options are exercised, NASSCO said Wednesday. Work also …

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Cynthia Shelton Joins CenturyLink Gov’t Segment as Special Program Sales VP

Cynthia Shelton, formerly a business line vice president at General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), has joined CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) as VP of special program sales at the telecommunications contractor’s government services business area. The two-decade industry veteran will oversee the firm’s sales in intelligence and cybersecurity services to the federal government and report directly …

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State Dept OKs $2B Bomb Guidance Kit Sale to Israel

The State Department has cleared a potential $1.879 billion foreign military sale of Boeing-built (NYSE: BA) Joint Direct Attack Munition tail kits and related equipment, parts and logistics services to Israel. Israel ordered 14, 500 KMU-556C/B JDAM kits with GBU-39, BLU-113 and Mk-80 series bombs, Hellfire and Advanced Medium Range …

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Report: UTC in Talks With Potential Sikorsky Buyers

United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) has begun discussions with other companies about a potential sale of UTC’s Sikorsky Aircraft subsidiary, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. Citing several sources, Dana Mattioli and Ted Mann write that Airbus Group, Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) are considering making offers …

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GE, Pratt & Whitney Land Aircraft Engine R&D Contract Modifications

The U.S. Air Force has awarded $210 million in contract modifications to General Electric (NYSE: GE) and Pratt & Whitney to develop adaptive aircraft engines. The companies will work to advance the development of adaptive engine systems up to the preliminary design and compatibility review phases, the Defense Department said …

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Justin Lanning: Xerox Seeks Health IT Business Growth Through HCI Purchase

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has acquired healthcare information technology software-as-a-service company Healthy Communities Institute for an undisclosed amount. The companies seek to integrate HCI’s cloud-based SaaS platform and an analytics technology from Xerox’s healthcare subsidiary Midas+, Xerox said Monday. Justin Lanning, senior vice president and managing director of Midas+, said the …

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20 Companies Win Spots on $8B NETCENTS-2 Infrastructure Services IDIQ

Twenty companies have landed spots on a potential $7.9 billion contract to provide network operations and infrastructure support services across the U.S. Air Force enterprise. Contractors will compete to perform work during the three-year ordering period for this portion of the Network-Centric Solutions-2 program, the Defense Department said Friday. The …

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Army Awards $1B Equipment Support IDIQ Spots to 20 Companies

Twenty contractors will compete to perform equipment-related services for the U.S. Army under an eight-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract worth $1.1 billion. The Army Contracting Command received 24 proposals for the order-dependent contract and the winning vendors are scheduled to complete work on May 13, 2023, the Defense Department said …

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26 Firms Picked for $1.8B Army Knowledge Services Contract

Twenty-six companies have won positions on an eight-year, $1.8 billion contract to provide a range of knowledge-based services to the U.S. Army. The Army Contracting Command received 35 bids for the multiple-award contract via the Internet and will determine both funding and performance location with each order, the Defense Department …

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