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Air Force Picks 3 Companies for Electronic Mission Equipment Power Systems Supply IDIQ

AllCom Global Services, Computer Sites and Eaton (NYSE: ETN) have been awarded positions on a potential six-year, $75 million contract to supply power conditioning and interfacing equipment to the U.S. Air Force. The companies will provide commercial static power systems that will work as backup for the service branch’s electronic mission equipment deployed worldwide, the …

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Army Adds 10 Companies to $2B Utility Monitoring & Control Systems Contract

The U.S. Army has added 10 companies to its $2.5 billion contract to provide procurement and installation support for utility monitoring and control systems as well as other automated control and electronic security systems. The Defense Department said Monday these companies will join the three companies originally awarded positions on the firm-fixed-price contract in …

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Safran Finalizes Purchase of Eaton’s Power Distribution, Cockpit Systems Business

Safran has wrapped up its $270 million acquisition of the aerospace power distribution and cockpit systems business of Eaton (NYSE: ETN). That business has a 350-employee workforce and generated approximately $102 million in sales during 2013, Eaton said Friday. The unit’s manufacturing facilities are located in Sarasota, Fla. and Costa …

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Arun Raha Appointed VP, Chief Economist at Eaton; Richard Fearon Comments

Arun Raha, director of economic analysis at Eaton (NYSE: ETN) for two years, has been appointed vice president and chief economist following Jim Meil’s retirement after 29 years with the company. Eaton said Wednesday that Raha will report to Richard Fearon, the company’s vice chairman and chief financial and planning officer. “(Raha) is an accomplished economist …

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Sally Wallace Named DRS C4ISR Group President; William Lynn Comments

Sally Wallace, formerly vice president of operations for the maritime and combat systems business of DRS Technologies, has been named president of the Finmeccanica subsidiary’s C4ISR business group. She will oversee DRS’ intelligence, computing, networking and sensor fusion businesses, DRS said Wednesday. William Lynn, CEO of DRS and Finmeccanica North America, …

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Jeff Lowinger Joins Eaton As Industrial Sector SVP, CTO

Jeff Lowinger, a former executive vice president at Bell Helicopter, has joined Eaton (NYSE: ETN) as senior VP and chief technology officer of the company’s industrial sector. He will oversee the segment’s technology roadmap and new product development programs and report to Craig Arnold, sector vice chairman and chief operating …

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Bonnie Smith Named IT SVP for Eaton’s Industrial Sector; Craig Arnold Comments

Bonnie Smith, formerly a vice president for information technology at Thermo Fisher Scientific, has joined Eaton (NYSE: ETN) as senior vice president of IT for the industrial sector. Smith will report to Craig Arnold, vice chairman and chief operating officer for the industrial sector, and will be based out of Cleveland, Eaton said Monday. She also …

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Aditi Badve Joins Eaton as Aerospace Group Improvement Lead; Mike Gallant Comments

Aditi Badve, a Six Sigma Black Belt, has joined Eaton‘s (NYSE: ETN) aerospace group as director of continuous improvement and will oversee company initiatives in value, quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction. She will report directly to Mike Gallant, vice president of manufacturing operations,  Eaton said Thursday. “Aditi has worked closely with some of the world’s leading lean experts …

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Lasse Ostergaard Promoted to Eaton Aftermarket Unit VP

Lasse Ostergaard, who most recently led efforts to establish a growth strategy and organizational model for the Eaton (NYSE: ETN) aerospace group’s aftermarket division, has been appointed the division’s vice president. Eaton said Wednesday Ostergaard will oversee aftermarket sales and marketing, customer service and engineering and programs for the Irvine, Calif.-based division. He will …

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