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Mercury Systems, Tortuga Logic Announce Partnership to Support DARPA GAPS Program; Scott Orton, Jason Oberg Quoted

Mercury Systems has partnered with Tortuga Logic, a cybersecurity company specializing in hardware security, to provide secure processing subsystems for The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Guaranteed Architecture for Physical Security (GAPS) program, Tortuga announced on Wednesday

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Raytheon Transfers 10th AN/AQS-20C Minehunting Sonar to U.S. Navy; Wade Knudson Quoted

The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division has received its tenth AN/AQS-20C minehunting sonar system from Raytheon, the company announced on Wednesday. The can start moving towards initial operating capacity after having completed developmental testing in Feb. 2019. 

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Raytheon Partners Major Tool and Machine Inc. on SPY-6 Radar Production; Paul Ferraro Quoted

Raytheon and Major Tool & Machine have signed a collaboration agreement to develop array structures for the U.S. Navy’s SPY-6 radar program as the Navy transitions from low-rate initial production to hardware production and sustainment, Raytheon announced on Tuesday.

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Former CACI SVP Charlie McQuillan Appointed EVP for Federal Health with Octo Consulting; Jay Shah Quoted

Charlie McQuillan, formerly a senior vice president of CACI, has been named executive vice president of Federal Health for Octo Consulting to support existing customers and grow the company’s health portfolio, Octo announced on Tuesday

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SDI Receives AFWERX SBIR Contract from USAF to Advance Accountability Technology DoD First Responder Solution; Brendan Adams Quoted

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Systems Definition, Inc. (SDI) an AFWERX Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 contract to integrate SDI’s Advanced Personnel Accountability Application (APAA) technologies into the Air Force Disaster Response Force (DRF) Common Operating Picture (COP), the company reported on Tuesday

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