Posts from GovConWire for 06/30/2015

Lockheed Martin Completes MOUS Satellite Fleet; Iris Bombelyn Comments

Lockheed Martin has concluded the development of the fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite to complete the MOUS fleet. The U.S. Navy and Lockheed transported the MOUS-4 satellite to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida from Moffett Federal Airfield aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft, Lockheed Martin said Monday
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David Kopf Joins Anaren as President of Space & Defense Group

David Kopf, formerly vice president of engineering and operations at Astronics AeroSat, has joined Anaren as president of the company’s space and defense group. His experience in leadership and business development at various technology-based space and defense companies works to support the business group’s capabilities, Anaren President and CEO Larry Sala said in a statement released Monday
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Orbital ATK-Built Projectile Guidance System Passes Safety, Reliability Tests; Mike Kahn Comments

An Orbital ATK-made precision guidance technology for the U.S. Army‘s 155mm artillery shells achieved reliability and safety objectives in a recent lot acceptance test. The company said Monday its Precision Guidance Kit demonstrated a less than 10-meter median accuracy during the evaluation…
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GSA Earns ‘A’ Grade on SBA’s Annual Small Business Contracting Scorecard

The General Services Administration has earned a grade of A for working to meet its small-business prime contracting and subcontracting targets last year, GSA official Jerome Fletcher wrote in a blog post published Monday
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June 29 Market Close: Greece Default Fears Sink GovCon Index, US Stocks

The GovCon Index mirrored across-the-board losses in U.S. markets Monday with a decline of 2.386 percent to 74.333 on a day that saw the possibility of default by Greece on a repayment to the International Monetary Fund loom over trading activity…
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