Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 03/26/2015

NASA Issues 84 Awards for $20B Govt-Wide Enterprise IT Vehicle

NASA has awarded 84 contracts under the space agency’s potential 10-year, $20 billion government-wide information technology supplies and services acquisition vehicle. The Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V program has a five-year base period that covers work between May 1 and April 31, 2020 and a five-year option that would extend work to April 30, 2025, NASA said Wednesday
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John McCain Calls for Different Requirements to Move UCLASS Program Forward

Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has asked Defense Secretary Ashton Carter to prioritize the Unmanned Carrier Launched Surveillance and Strike program, Breaking Defense reported Tuesday
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Raytheon, Polish Ammo Maker Ink New Defense Tech Collaboration Pact

Raytheon‘s missile systems unit and Poland-based missile and ammunition manufacturer Mesko have signed a new agreement to cooperate on defense technology sharing and development in an effort to build on a previous pact between the companies…
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Stan Ratcliffe: NCR Subsidiary to Update DoD’s Commissary Operations Mgmt System

The Defense Commissary Agency has partnered with an NCR Corp. subsidiary to build a new technology platform for the agency to manage distribution of groceries for U.S. military personnel, veterans and their families…
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NIST, NTIA, DoD to Jointly Assess Wireless Spectrum-Sharing Methods; Lawrence Strickling Comments

The departments of Commerce and Defense have forged a collaborative framework to develop and evaluate methods to potentially share wireless communications channels. The agreement forms the National Advanced Spectrum and Communications Test Network as an adjunct of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s joint center for advanced communications, the NIST said Wednesday
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