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NAVSEA’s Mike Sydla on Using OTAs, Emerging Tech to Modernize Operations

IT Modernization

Mike Sydla, division director for information management resources at U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) industrial operations division, has said the command is working to implement a “digital first” mindset. Sydla told the publication in an interview that NAVSEA has been leveraging other transaction authority agreements and migrating workloads to the cloud. 

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NSWC Crane Technologies Picked for DoD Accelerator Effort; Jenna Dix Quoted

NSWC

The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) evaluated technologies from Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane's portfolio as part of an effort that seeks to address the needs of the Department of Defense (DoD) and other commercial clients. NAVSEA noted the team licensed two technologies and signed a cooperative agreement with NSWC Crane.

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NAVSEA Reassigns Components of Former Warfighting Capability Directorate; Vice Adm. William Galinis Quoted

Vice Adm. William Galinis

Naval Sea Systems Command has dissolved NAVSEA 06, also known as the Warfighting Capability and Enterprise Readiness Directorate, and will reassign components to specific programs and priorities. "This re-alignment will help us better leverage other parts of the NAVSEA team to support the important work being done by the SEA 06 team,” said Vice Adm. William Galinis

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Steve Schulze Recognized by Meritorious Executive for Exceptional Federal Service

Steve Schulze

Steve Schulze, president of Patrona Corporation, has been recognized for his notable leadership and service to the nation prior to his retirement from the federal government by Meritorious Executive. The recognition is limited to only 5 percent of the Senior Executive Service. Schulze joined Patrona Corporation as vice president of Navy Technical Support Services in Sept. 2019. 

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Navy Gets New Ship-to-Shore Landing Craft from Textron

SSC LCAC

The U.S. Navy has received a new Textron-made landing craft designed to perform amphibious and on-shore transport operations. The new Ship to Shore Connector Landing Craft Air Cushion 101 (SSC LCAC 101) will deploy from amphibious ships and bring weapons, cargo, personnel and other deliverables to shore environments, Naval Sea Systems Command said Friday.

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US Navy Post RFI for Hardware Factory to Enhance Computing Platforms

U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy has published a request for information (RFI) to develop a “hardware factory and hardware pipeline” that will continue modernization and enhancements of the service branch’s computing platforms. Posted by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), the division expressed that the factory would be integrated as part of a broader effort to architect

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ManTech Secures $87M Task Order to Provide IT Enterprise Solutions; Andy Twomey Quoted

Andy Twomey

ManTech has been awarded a five-year, $87 million task order to provide advanced IT Software Research, Development and Engineering for the Navy Maritime Maintenance Enterprise Solution (NMMES) for the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) ship maintenance mission, the company reported on Wednesday.

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Vice Adm. Bill Galinis Assumes Commander Role at NAVSEA

Vice Adm. William Galinis

Vice Adm. Bill Galinis, former program executive officer for ships at the U.S. Navy, has succeeded Vice Adm. Tom Moore as commander of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). Galinis will lead more than 83,000 personnel in carrying out research, development, delivery and maintenance efforts for the Navy's vessels, combat and weapons systems under his new role, NAVSEA said Friday.

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Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Introduces Database for Shock Qualification

Shock Qualification

Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division and partners from the U.S. Navy have created a new database that features content on equipment shock resistance. The eForms database's electronic shock module is designed to facilitate the management of information that helps the Navy determine the shock qualification of certain equipment, Naval Sea Systems Command said Friday.

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