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L-3 Communications to increase power levels for Army vehicles

The U.S. Army has awarded a contract to L-3 Communications to provide high-power electrical generation for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle. The company’s Combat Propulsion Systems and Magnet Motors division is in the process of creating the Integrated Starter Generator (ISG), a system which will enable the army to increase power …

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SRA earns contract from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas

On Wednesday, SRA International announced that it has been awarded a contract from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. The contract could potentially run for five years and be worth $16.2 million if all options are exercised. “CPRIT is a new client for SRA and will set the …

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Terry Ryan Announced as President of ManTech Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group

Former Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance for the Department of Defense, Terry Ryan has been appointed President of the Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group at ManTech. Ryan’s past experience includes executive level positions at SAIC and SRA International, as well as 10 years served in the military. More …

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URS Awarded $20.8 Million to Renovate Dallas/Fort Worth International

URS Corp. won a $20.8 million contract to renovate 4 terminals at Dallas/Fort Worth International. The four terminals have been consistently in use since the inauguration of the airport in 1974. “While they have served us very well, our four original terminals are 35 years old now and their internal …

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Contract modification nets L-3 Communications $8.7 million

On Wednesday, L-3 Communications Systems was awarded a contract modification by NASA worth an estimated $8.7 million. The modification extends the existing contract through Dec. 31 of this year. It had initially been for a 23-month base period that ended on Dec. 31 of 2007, with three one-year options. The …

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$93 million SM-6 Systems contract awarded to Raytheon by Navy

The U.S. Navy has given Raytheon the task of building Standard Missile-6 Systems, awarding the company a $93 million contract for its services, which is the first of multiple planned low rate initial production contracts (LRIP) for this work. “Standard Missile-6 has been on budget and on schedule since the …

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