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Leidos Gets $159M NASA Space Cargo Handling Contract

A Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) subsidiary has received a potential $159 million contract from NASA to pack pressurised cargo for delivery to and from the International Space Station. Houston-based Leidos Innovations Corp. will provide NASA engineering sustainment services for transport hardware, flight crew equipment, simple payload facilities, payload support items and ancillary …

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InfoReliance-McAfee Team Wins $182M Army Managed Services Contract for Endpoint Security Platform

The U.S. Army has awarded a team of InfoReliance and McAfee a potential five-year, $182 million contract to provide managed cybersecurity technology platforms and services for the service branch. The companies will field and operate the Army Endpoint Security System through a managed platform-as-a-service model to provide global situational awareness …

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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly GovCon Round-up: Public-to-Private Sector Executive Moves of the Summer

Weekly Roundup September 4 – September 8 2017 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson As the summer comes to a close, let’s take a quick look at the public-to-private sector executive moves over the past few months. A number of high …

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KeyLogic Names NASA Vet John Marinaro Federal Civilian Group VP

John Marinaro, former director of the technical excellence office at NASA‘s Safety Center, has joined professional services and engineering firm KeyLogic as vice president for the federal civilian business. He will manage KeyLogic’s federal civilian portfolio and apply his engineering experience from NASA to the company’s processes, software development and service delivery …

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NASA Picks 16 Firms for Potential $500M Space Station Research, Engineering IDIQ

NASA has awarded 16 companies positions on a potential seven-year, $500 million to provide research and engineering products and services to the International Space Station. The Research, Engineering, and Mission Integration Services program covers spaceflight and ground technology platforms; sustaining engineering; payload facility; research mission integration; and operations services, NASA said Thursday. …

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The Potomac Officers Club Adds MG David D. Thompson as Keynote for 2017 Space: Innovations, Programs and Policies Summit

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 7, 2017 – The Potomac Officers Club — a division of Executive Mosaic — has added Major General David D. Thompson as the Keynote Speaker for the 2017 Space: Innovations, Programs and Policies Summit. A new Space Race is brewing and the United States is determined to …

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SSL Among Selected Companies to Collaborate With NASA on Space Tech Dev’t

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 6, 2017 — Space Systems Loral is one of 10 companies that NASA has picked to help advance space technologies in support of future commercial and government space missions, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday. NASA said Friday the collaborative partnership program seeks to engage industry to help address potential requirements …

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Orbital ATK, NASA Test Component of Robotic Space Assembly & Servicing Platform

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 5, 2017 — Orbital ATK (NYSE: OA) has collaborated with NASA to check the capability of a robotic platform that will work to support the assembly of space structures in the future as part of a ground demonstration at the Langley Research Center, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. The space …

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Unisys Enters Reseller Agreement to Offer ‘Stealth’ Security Tech on SEWP V, CIO-CS

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 1, 2017 — Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has tapped Computer Marketing Associates to help facilitate delivery of the Unisys Stealth data security software and professional services to federal government customers, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. The reseller agreement works to build the availability of Unisys Stealth on NASA‘s Solutions for …

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Johns Hopkins APL Unveils Radioisotope-Powered Drone for Possible NASA Titan Exploration

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 25, 2017 — Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has introduced a conceptual radioisotope-powered autonomous dual-quadcopter as a possible platform to support a future NASA mission to explore Saturn’s largest moon, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. APL said Wednesday the Dragonfly concept features a Multi-Mission Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator that will work to power the …

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