Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/05/2014

Linda Mills, Northrop Corporate VP of Operations, to Retire in January

LindaMillsLinda Mills, corporate vice president of operations at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and a 35-year veteran of both Northrop and the former TRW, plans to retire from the company on January 3, 2015. Northrop disclosed Mills’ pending retirement in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing releasedWednesday
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Ken Asbury: CACI to Collaborate With JIEDDO on Assymetric Threat Defense

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has received a potential $149 million task order to work with the Defense Department‘s Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization on how to defend against asymmetric threats…
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Tom Ferrando: Bridge Growth Partners to Buy CRGT in Federal Market Expansion Push

New York City-based private equity firm Bridge Growth Partners has agreed to purchase federal software development and data analytics services contractor CRGT from an affiliate of Veritas Capital for an undisclosed sum…
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Adm. Jonathan Greenert: New US APAC Rebalance Strategy Due By Year’s End

Adm. Jonathan Greenert, chief of naval operations, has outlined the U.S. government’s strategy to shift its focus to the Asia-Pacific region, DoD News reported Tuesday. Greenert said in a presentation at the Brookings Institution the strategy intends to address threats, power projection, sea control, maritime security and access issues, Jim Garamone writes…
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Lynn Dugle: Raytheon Buys Blackbird Technologies to Further ISR, Cyber Defense Work

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has bought Blackbird Technologies for approximately $420 million in a move aimed at growing Raytheon’s cybersecurity, ISR and special operations technology offerings. Herndon-based Blackbird will operate under Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services business organization, Raytheon said Wednesday
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Report: Compromised Product Security Clause in Defense Authorization Bill

House and Senate lawmakers are continuing work on the final version of the National Defense Authorization Act as some industry groups express concern over a clause on product cybersecurity and preferred contractors, Nextgov reportedMonday
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