Home / Tag Archives: QinetiQ (page 7)

Tag Archives: QinetiQ

Executive Move- Austin Yamada Appointed Senior VP at QinetiQ

QinetiQ North America has appointed Austin Yamada as senior VP for business acquisition in the Mission Solutions Group’s  intelligence, security and the space sector. Yamada served for years in the intelligence community before moving to industry. Most recently, Yamada served as VP for national security strategy at ManTech. Yamada is …

Read More »

Contract Award- QinetiQ – $61.4 Million – UK

QinetiQ has secured a contract from the British Ministry of Defence’s Defence Equipment and Support to continue supporting the Typhoon program, including covering release to service recommendations, crew protection and performance, mission system software support, technical and business support, and airworthiness and safety clearance. The three-year contract is worth £31 …

Read More »

Contract Award- QinetiQ – $19.77 Million – U.K.

The British Defense Ministry has awarded QinetiQ a contract worth approximately $19.77 million to support ongoing operations in Afghanistan with its robot technologies. Under the deal, QinetiQ will deliver its Dragon Runner robots, which are designed to be transported by backpack and equipped with the capability of climbing stairs and …

Read More »

News- QinetiQ’s Solar-Powered UAV Program Resumes Testing

QinetiQ has resumed flight and payload testing on its latest solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The Zephyr is a high-altitude, long endurance UAV, and was recently tested for the first time by a US flight crew in Arizona. The Zephyr is designed to provide persistent coverage on a target area …

Read More »

Career Advice for Women in Government Contracting

Three times is a charm, and the recent elevation of Linda Hudson to head of US operations for BAE Systems makes three Lindas leading large area government contracting operations. Linda Hudson Linda Hudson has replaced General Tony Zinni as the CEO of BAE Systems, Inc.  General Zinni was filling in …

Read More »

Executive Move – Leo Quinn Appointed CEO at QinetiQ

QinetiQ has announced that Leo Quinn will take over from Graham Love as CEO. Love will remain as a consultant to the Defense Training Rationalization Project group. Quinn brings a highly experienced mind to his work at QinetiQ. He has served in leadership positions at a number of other organizations …

Read More »

Army banking on QinetiQ North America’s intelligence

On Wednesday, QinetiQ North America announced that it has been awarded a contract by the Army Sustainment Command (ASC), a major subordinate command of the Army Materiel Command, worth almost $10.3 million. The contract calls for QinetiQ North America’s subsidiary, Analex Corporation, to provide a broad range of intelligence analysis …

Read More »

QinetiQ vessel in water for first time, set to commence testing

On Sundayn QinetiQ announced that its PACSCAT (Partial Air Cushion Supported CATamaran) Innovative Solution Demonstrator Craft (ISDC) entered the water for the first time, and is soon to commence rigorous sea trials. It was a milestone for the company, which was awarded the contract by MOD’s Research Acquisition Organisation, (now …

Read More »

QinetiQ taking out U.S. Army’s trash for almost $2.4 million

Today, QinetiQ announced that it has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Army to to develop and deliver PyTEC™, an ISO containerised Pyrolysis Waste Disposal System. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is worth almost $2.4 million over three years. The the PyTEC system is able to operate 24/7 and process up …

Read More »

QinetiQ sells underwater systems business

On Thursday, QinetiQ announced that it has completed the sale of its underwater systems business based at Winfrith, Dorset to Atlas Elektronik UK following approval by the UK Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. The move is the latest in line with QinetiQ’s strategy to dispose of certain non-core assets …

Read More »