Tag: Kord Technologies

Randy Cash Succeeds Patrick Murphy as Axient President, CEOExecutive Moves

Randy Cash Succeeds Patrick Murphy as Axient President, CEO

Randy Cash, a more than three-decade operational and business development leader in the GovCon industry, has been appointed president and
Byron Bright, President of KBR Government Solutions, Receives 3rd Wash100 Award for Military Tech Support, Company Growth LeadershipNews

Byron Bright, President of KBR Government Solutions, Receives 3rd Wash100 Award for Military Tech Support, Company Growth Leadership

Executive Mosaic is pleased to recognize Byron Bright, president of KBR’s government solutions business, as a recipient of the 2022 Wash100 Award,
Byron Bright: KBR Subsidiary Holds Combat Shoot-Off for  Army Directed Energy ProgramPress Releases

Byron Bright: KBR Subsidiary Holds Combat Shoot-Off for Army Directed Energy Program

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 27, 2021 — Kord Technologies, a KBR (NSYE: KBR) subsidiary, has completed a combat shoot-off at
Centauri Promotes Brian Young to Space Control Programs VPExecutive Moves

Centauri Promotes Brian Young to Space Control Programs VP

Brian Young, a more than two-decade aerospace engineering professional, has been promoted to vice president of space control programs at…
Raytheon Wins Army Lower Tier Air, Missile Defense Sensor ContractNews

Raytheon Wins Army Lower Tier Air, Missile Defense Sensor Contract

The U.S. Army has selected Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) to build a new radar technology for the service branch's  Patriot missiles under a $384M initial firm-fixed-price…
Northrop, Raytheon to Develop Competing Laser Prototypes Under $203M Army OTAContract Awards

Northrop, Raytheon to Develop Competing Laser Prototypes Under $203M Army OTA

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) will build competing prototypes of a 50 kilowatt-class laser weapon system for…
Army Names 4 Firms on Potential $93M Contract for Aerial Target Systems ResearchContract Awards

Army Names 4 Firms on Potential $93M Contract for Aerial Target Systems Research

The U.S. Army has selected four companies for positions on a potential $93.4 million contract for research, development, test and