Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 03/20/2015

Michael Basla, Former Air Force CIO, Appointed to SVP Role at L-3

Michael Basla, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant general and a former chief information officer of the service, has joined L-3 Communications‘ (NYSE: LLL) national security solutions unit as senior vice president for strategic development…
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House Budget Committee OKs $36B Addition to Overseas War Funds

The House Budget Committee has approved a $3.8 trillion budget plan on a 22-13 vote the morning after the GOP-led committee faced disagreements on defense budget levels, the Associated Press reported Thursday
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Curt Hull Adds COO Title at Huntington Ingalls’ SN3 Division; Nick Lombardo Comments

Curt Hull, senior vice president of Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ (NYSE: HII) Stoller Newport News Nuclear subsidiary, has assumed an additional role as chief operating officer at SN3. “Curt will be responsible for further integration of SN3 operations with HII and its divisions and subsidiaries, and he will continue to provide leadership of SN3 operations nationwide,” SN3 President Nick Lombardo said Thursday
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Jeff Johnson to Head Military Aircraft BD at Boeing; Marc Allen Comments

Jeff Johnson, formerly president of Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) operations in the Middle East, has been named vice president of business development for military aircraft and succeeded the now-retired Tim Norgart…
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Northrop Wins $74M Task Order for DISA Cyber Program; Shawn Purvis Comments

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) will continue its cyber defense support for the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s Acropolis and Sensor Operations program following the award of a four-year, $73…
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