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LinQuest has acquired defense technology company Hellebore Consulting Group for an undisclosed sum to expand capabilities in support of digital transformation efforts of Air Force Materiel Command and other customers in Dayton, Ohio. Beavercreek, Ohio-based Hellebore was founded in 2018 and provides DevSecOps and software engineering services in sup...

John Sherman, chief information officer of the Department of Defense and an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s 2023 Wash100, said he is working on a new DOD guidance on the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability program as part of efforts to ensure “cloud rationalization” and enable the government to get the best mission outcome and value for...

The U.S. subsidiary of MBDA will manufacture common anti-air modular missiles for maritime use under a potential $145.56 million contract from the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command. Under the four-year contract, MBDA Inc. will produce CAMM systems for installation on multi-mission surface combatant vessels of domestic and international cus...

Eric Chewning, a former senior official at the Department of Defense and partner at McKinsey & Company, has been appointed executive vice president of strategy and development at HII (NYSE: HII). The two-decade national security market veteran will be responsible for overseeing corporate strategy, identifying growth opportunities and managing cr...

An AECOM (NYSE: ACM) subsidiary has won a five-year, $239 million contract to provide architect-engineer services to Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command’s cleanup projects at former waste disposal sites. The award to AECOM Technical Services includes field investigation, laboratory testing and technical work throughout the remedi...

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has received a $2.25 billion contract modification to produce 15 additional KC-46A tankers for the U.S. Air Force. The award for the ninth aircraft production lot under a previously awarded contract covers licenses, data and subscriptions, the Department of Defense said Friday. Work under the contract option will occur in Seattle t...

SupplyCore has won a potential $375 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide supplies necessary for the maintenance, repair and operation of U.S. military facilities. The small business awardee will also perform incidental services under the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the D...

Many prognosticators and pundits have speculated that we have moved past the Information Age to a new phase of life and society dictated even more by technological advancements. Some call it the IoT, or Internet of Things Era and others consider it the Artificial Intelligence Era. Whichever moniker ends up sticking, there is no doubt that...

The Department of Defense has made changes to the Autonomy in Weapon Systems directive to reflect DOD’s continuous efforts to develop policies on military uses of artificial intelligence and autonomous systems as well as changes across the department over the last 10 years. The DoD Directive 3000.09 was developed to prevent unintended engagements ...