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Weekly Roundup Feb. 22 – Feb. 26 2016: GD’s Robotics Buy Keeps Tech M&A Wheels Turning & more

Feb. 22 – Feb. 26 2016 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson Consolidation among the large players the government services market have been well-documented in spaces such as these but the product makers in GovCon also have been in on the M&A …

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Leanne Caret Named President, CEO of Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Leanne Caret, a 28-year veteran of Boeing (NYSE: BA), has been elected by the board of directors to serve as president and CEO of the company’s defense, space and security segment beginning March 1. She will succeed Chris Chadwick, who has led the $30.88 billion BDS segment since December 2013 …

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Tim Noonan Named Boeing Training Systems, Government Services VP; Leanne Caret Comments

Tim Noonan, formerly vice president of Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) Phantom Works Ventures, has been appointed as VP of Boeing’s training systems and government services. He will succeed Bob Gower and be responsible for Boeing’s six TSGS sites within the global services and support division, Boeing said Tuesday. “Tim has the …

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Boeing to Consolidate Defense, Space Development Functions; Chris Chadwick Comments

Boeing (NYSE: BA) will merge its defense and space business development operations into a single organization with the goal of addressing program risks and cost issues. Chris Chadwick, CEO of Boeing’s defense, space and security business, said Wednesday the future BDS development group will “apply engineering expertise, development program best …

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Boeing Submits Proposal to Army for Production of 155 CH-47F Helicopters

Boeing  (NYSE: BA) has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Army for a multi-year contract for the production and delivery of 155 CH-47F helicopters. The second five-year, firm fixed-price proposal would provide the Army with close to the full complement of 464 Chinooks outlined in the U.S. Defense Department’s program of …

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