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GE Wins $78M DLA Imaging System Contract

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) has won a $78 million Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide digital picture archiving and communication systems, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. The Fairfield, Conn.-based company will also provide system parts, accessories, upgrades, and maintenance and training support. The U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine …

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GE Wins $242M Army Engine Overhaul Contract

General Electric‘s (NYSE: GE) engine services company won a $242, 386, 898 U.S. Army contract to overhaul aircraft engines, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. GE will recapitalize T700 and T701D turbine engines under the firm-fixed-price contract. GE will perform work in Winfield, Kan. and the Pentagon expects GE to complete …

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Harris Taps GE Computers to Fulfill Subcontract to Lockheed on Army Rocket System

Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) has placed single board computer orders with General Electric to help satisfy the requirements of a subcontract with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). Lockheed subcontracted Harris to design and build electronics for the U.S. Army’s MLRS M-270 HIMARS platform. GE will provide Harris with PPC7EP single board computers for the multiple …

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Tim Dowd Named President, CEO of Current Analysis

Current Analysis has chosen former INPUT President and CEO Tim Dowd to replace Ray Keneipp as the company’s president and CEO . INPUT’s revenues grew more than 36 percent to $30 million within two years of Dowd accepting the CEO position at the company in 2008. Earnings before certain expenses grew from negative $1 million …

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GE to Open Cybersecurity Center in VA; Rep. Eric Cantor Comments

General Electric (NYSE: GE) has announced plans to open an information security technology center outside of Richmond, Va. According to the firm, “the new center will house high-tech teams specializing in cybersecurity, as well as network design, architecture, data management, and application development. Employment for the center is expected to …

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GE Responds to JSF Engine ‘Stop Work’ Order; Reaffirms Commitment to Project

General Electric released a statement in response to the “Stop Work” order issued by the Department of Defense for the firm’s F136 engine for the Joint Strike Fighter. The GE/Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team will be made to cease work on the project once the current funding runs out at the …

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GE, Rolls-Royce Formulate Cost-Saving F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Engine Proposal

General Electric (NYSE: GE) and Rolls-Royce have offered the Pentagon a fixed price offer on their F136 engine for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). The offer would foster competition between the JSF program’s two engine suppliers, and to shift the risk of cost overruns from the government to defense contractors. …

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Keane Appoints new CFO

Keane announced earlier this month the appointment of David Kaminsky as chief financial officer and executive vice president. Kaminsky previously served as CFO of Altegrity since 2005. Prior to working at Altegrity, Kaminsky held positions with Peat Marwick and General Electric. While working at GE, Kaminsky held positions in the …

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Craig Myler, Lee Schmoe, Justin Zachary named prestigious Bechtel Fellows

On Wednesday, Bechtel Corporation honored three employees by naming them Bechtel Fellows, a select group of experts in science and technology who have made outstanding contributions to the company and their professions. They also advise senior management on questions related to their areas of expertise, participate in strategic planning, and …

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Chopra: Interest in Private Sector

The Obama administration once again has shown its commitment to technology and acknoloegment of the importance of the private sector with its participation in the Technology Leadership & Strategy Initiative. The nation’s first Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra, keynoted the Council on Competitiveness’ Compete: Technology forum  earlier this week. The forum included more than two-dozen prominent technology leaders …

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