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L-3 Wins Army Aviation Support Award

L-3 Communications‘ army fleet support unit has won an award for contribution by a major contractor from the Army Aviation Association of America, L-3 announced Wednesday. The unit won the AAAA’s 2011 Army Aviation Materiel Readiness Award for supporting aircraft maintenance and logistics support at the U.S. Army Aviation Center of …

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Northrop Grumman, Others Host 8th Annual Defense Logistics Awards

  Northrop Grumman, IBM, Boeing, Pratt & Whitney and Rockwell Collins hosted the 8th Annual Defense Logistics Awards. The ceremony took place in concurrence with the annual Defense Logistics conference, produced by Worldwide Business Research. “It’s always great to see the collaboration between different DoD services and contractors,” said Jarrett Spagnoli, executive …

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GeoEye Appoints Gen. Michael P. C. Carns to Serve on the Board of Directors

GeoEye has recently appointed Gen. Michael P. C. Carns to serve on its board of directors. He is now a member of the board of representatives of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P., which provided financing support for GeoEye’s bid on the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s EnhancedView program. “I am excited about serving on GeoEye’s …

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Harris Corporation Receives $12.2 Million in Orders from DoD

Harris Corporation announced today it has received $12.2 million in orders to supply additional Falcon III AN/PRC-117G multiband manpack radios systems to the Defense Department. DoD is acquiring the AN/PRC-117G to deliver greater tactical communications capabilities to the battlefield. According to Harris, the AN/PRC-117G provides warfighters with situational awareness of the …

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Open Source Makes Waves in Government

Fast on the heels of cloud-computing, open source software is making a big splash on the government IT scene. The VA recently released a RFP for an open source solution for its Veterans Integrated System Technology EHR system, and the Defense Department has jumped on the open source train as …

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