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Tammer Olibah, Michael Maples: Hexagon Acquisition Adds to Analytics, Geospatial Tech Offerings for Federal Sector

Hexagon’s federal business executives said they expect the pending acquisition of Thermopylae Sciences and Technology, a geospatial software vendor based in Arlington, Va., to help drive the adoption of location intelligence and five-dimensional analytics platforms within the unit’s customer base. Visualization products built by Thermopylae use the Google technology stack …

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MEI Wins $340M Air Force Space Tech R&D Contract

Millennium Engineering and Integration has won a potential seven-year, $340M contract to help a U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory directorate develop space technology concepts. Arlington, Va.-based MEI will support AFRL’s space vehicles directorate in development, analysis, integration, experimentation, demonstration and evaluation efforts, the Department of Defense said Friday. Work will …

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ManTech Explores Space Sector as Portfolio Expansion Target; Damian DiPippa Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 1, 2019 — ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) is looking toward the space sector as an area of opportunity for new contracts as the company seeks to build on its revenue growth, ExecutiveBiz reported Sunday. Washington Business Journal reported Feb. 22 that the government information technology services …

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Raytheon Gets $102M Army & FMS Contract for Patriot Missile Tech Modification Kits, Spares

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has received a $102.5M contract to provide Patriot missile component modification kits and initial spares for the U.S. Army and the Netherlands. The company will produce spares and kits for the system’s digital sidelobe canceller and peripheral electronics assembly box under the fixed-price-incentive contract, the Department of Defense said …

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Hexagon to Acquire Geospatial App Provider Thermopylae; Ola Rollen Quoted

Sweden-based digital platforms provider Hexagon has agreed to buy Arlington, Va.-based software firm Thermopylae Sciences and Technology for an undisclosed sum to build up a portfolio of 5D visualization systems for U.S. defense and government clients. Hexagon said Monday it will operate Thermopylae as part of its geospatial division upon completion …

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KBR’s Mark Sopp Talks Space, Energy Engineering as Areas of Opportunity

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 22, 2019 — Mark Sopp, executive vice president and chief financial officer of KBR (NYSE: KBR), has said the company has positioned its space business to provide thought leadership and contracting support to government as it renews efforts in human space exploration and explores the integration …

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ULA to Help Launch Three Nat’l Security Space Missions Under $442M USAF Contract

United Launch Alliance, the joint venture of Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), has won a potential $441.7M contract to help the U.S. Air Force send three national security satellites into space with the Atlas V rocket. The contracting division at the Space and Missile Systems Center’s launch systems enterprise directorate …

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SpaceX Wins Potential $297M Contract for USAF, NRO Satellite Launch Services

SpaceX has won a potential $297M contract to send U.S. Air Force and National Reconnaissance Office satellites into orbit during the government’s 2021 fiscal year. The firm-fixed-price contract covers launch services and the production of associated vehicles to support the AFSPC-44 mission as well as the NROL-87 and NROL-85 missions, …

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General Dynamics IT Awarded $99M FAA National Airspace System Infrastructure Modernization IDIQ

General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, has received a potential seven-year, $99M contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to design, install and maintain FAA’s Data, Visualization, Analysis and Reporting System. The company said Tuesday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a two-year base term and five option years. “Through this contract, …

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Aerospace Industry Vets Josh Brost, David Giger, Tim Buzza Join Relativity Executive Team

Former SpaceX senior leaders Josh Brost, David Giger and Tim Buzza have joined the executive team of satellite launch services provider Relativity. Relativity said Thursday it named Brost as vice president of government business development; David Giger as VP of launch vehicle development for the company’s Terran 1 rocket; and Tim Buzza as distinguished engineer. …

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