Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/21/2014

Engility to Help Navy Engineer Air Warfare Systems; Tony Smeraglinolo Comments

Engility Holdings (NYSE: EGL) has won a three-year, $61 million contract to perform research, development and engineering services for the Naval Air Warfare Center’s weapons division. The company said Friday it will also help NAWCWD evaluate systems design, manage technical activities and field new technology…
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Air Force Awards 9 Spots on $800M Advisory Services IDIQ

Nine companies have won positions $800 million contract to jointly advise and assist the U.S. Strategic Command in the organization’s mission areas. Awardees will perform work at Offutt Air Force Base inNebraska through Nov…
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Orbital Sciences to Support NASA Ionosphere Monitoring Spacecraft Launch

Orbital Sciences Corp. (NYSE: ORB) has won a $56.3 million task order to help NASA launch a satellite intended to study the boundary region between Earth’s upper atmosphere and space. The company will process the Ionospheric Connection Explorer satellite as well as integrate payloads and install telemetry, data and tracking systems in the spacecraft, NASA said Thursday
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NSA’s Michael Rogers: Cyber Attackers Can Disrupt US Infrastructure Systems

National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers has told the House Intelligence Committee that countries like China have cyber capabilities that could potentially disrupt U.S. infrastructure systems, Reuters reported Thursday
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Stephen Warren: VA Adds $60M to Info Security Budget Amid Cyber Audits

Stephen Warren, chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, has told the House Veterans Affairs Committee that the agency will put $60 million in additional funds towards information security, Federal News Radio reportedTuesday
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