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Hughes Partners with OneWeb to Supply Low Earth Orbit Satellite Service; Pradman Kaul, Adrian Steckel Quoted

Hughes Network Systems has partnered with OneWeb, the global communications company with a mission to bring connectivity to everyone everywhere, to become a worldwide distribution partner for OneWeb and integrate low earth orbit satellite services, the company announced on Monday.

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PredaSAR Names Gen. William Shelton, Lt. Gen. Richard Newton, Maj. Gen. Douglass Raaberg to Board of Directors; Marc Bell

PredaSAR Corporation has appointed three former U.S. Air Force generals, General William Shelton, Lieutenant General Richard Newton and Major General Douglas Raaberg, effective immediately, the company announced on Monday.

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Jacobs Completes $325M Acquisition of Wood Nuclear Business to Power Innovation in Global Nuclear Asset Lifecycle; Steve Demetriou Quoted

Jacobs has acquired Wood Nuclear business for an enterprise value of approximately $325 million to enhance its total lifecycle nuclear services and technology-enabled solutions, the company announced on Monday

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SEC Proposes Changes to Exempt Offering Framework; Jay Clayton Quoted

The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed amendments to the current exempt offering framework under the Securities Act of 1933 in an effort to expand investment opportunities and advance capital formation. "Emerging companies—from early-stage start-ups seeking seed capital to companies that are on a path to become a public reporting company—use the exempt offering rules to access critical capital needed to create jobs and scale their businesses," SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said in a statement published Wednesday.

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John Whitley: DoD Chief Management Officer Oversees Servicewide Budget Reviews

John Whitley, who performs the duties of director of the office of cost assessment and program evaluation at the Department of Defense, said the office of DoD’s chief management officer is reviewing each of the service branch’s budgets to align them with the National Defense Strategy, DoD News reported Friday.

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Seventh-Grade Student Names NASA Mars 2020 Rover “Perseverance”

Alexander Mather, a seventh-grade student at Lake Braddock Secondary School, won an essay contest that determined the name of the Mars 2020 rover. Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, congratulated Mather who won the Name the Rover contest, the space agency said Friday.

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