General Motors’ defense business has received firm-fixed-price contracts worth $222.9M combined to manufacture its infantry squad vehicle offering and facilitate initial deliveries of the platform to the U.S. Army.
Seven companies have been awarded contracts worth more than $1.4B combined by the Department of Health and Human Services to supply ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile.Read More »
Wes Bush, chairman of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) since 2011, has joined the board of directors at Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO). His appointment brings the number Cisco’s board members to 10, the company said Wednesday. The 35-year aerospace and defense industry veteran led Northrop as chief executive from 2010 to 2018 and …Read More »
Tony Scott, former federal chief information officer under the Obama administration, has been named senior data privacy and cybersecurity adviser at international law firm Squire Patton Boggs. Scott’s “insight into the data protection and cybersecurity policy landscape from his time as the government’s CIO and private sector will be of …Read More »
Daniel Ackerson, former chairman and CEO of General Motors (NYSE: GM) has joined the board of directors at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). He is a former board member at American Express and AOL Time Warner, Lockheed announced Thursday. Akerson has held the chairman, CEO and president roles at companies such as …Read More »
Jaime Ardila, a 25-year veteran of General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM), has joined Accenture Plc’s (NYSE: ACN) board of directors and will work with the finance committee. Accenture’s board now consists of 12 directors, 11 external and independent directors and Chairman and CEO Pierre Nanterme who serves as the only …Read More »
General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) board of directors elected Mary T. Barra to be a director of the corporation. The move takes effect March 15. Barra is the senior vice president of Global Product Development for General Motors (NYSE: GM). “As a manufacturing-based company, we welcome the insight that Mary will …Read More »