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Washington Post Claims Va. Gov. McDonnell Going After Lockheed Jobs

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell may be trying to entice Lockheed Martin to relocate its headquarters to Virginia from its current location in Bethesda, Md., according to a report from the Washington Post. Anita Kumar wrote Friday that the company was irked after the Montgomery County (Md.) Council discussed a resolution asking Congress to spend less on wars, and Virginia “immediately …

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Raytheon Teams with Israeli Defense Firm on Weapons, Missile Defense Systems

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has teamed with Israeli defense firm Rafael Advanced Defense Systems to market or improve several missile and weapon defense systems in the U.S. The systems include: Iron Dome, a rocket, artillery and mortar defense system David’s Sling, a close-range missile defense system Blue Sparrow, a mid-range missile defense target …

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CACI to Help NSWC Streamline Processes; Paul Cofoni Speaks

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) signed $35 million task order from the U.S. Navy’s Warfare Systems Program Office (WSPO) for program management and business financial support services at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in Dahlgren, Va. The firm will look to assist the WSPO streamline its processes. “CACI’s long-term commitment …

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Dell, Google and AT&T Team Up

Dell is hoping to launch a new smart phone in early 2010 according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. The new phone uses the Android system developed by Google and will use AT&T’s cellular network to provide service. This phone will signal Dell’s first foray into the booming …

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Qwest launches new backhaul solution for wireless providers

Last week, Qwest announced at the 4G World conference in Chicago that it is has launched a new backhaul solution for wireless providers. Its new Wholesale’s Mobile Ethernet Backhaul service apparently can be modified to fit a provider’s requirements while designed to be a solution for its 3G, LTE and …

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