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The Defense Department awarded a contract for wearable electronic devices as part of a push to work more closely with Silicon Valley.
The U.S. Defense Department on Wednesday awarded one of the biggest health information-technology contracts in history to Leidos Inc.
Army equipment officials are preaching about a new acquisition strategy that they say will mean better night vision gear for soldiers at a much cheaper price.
The Defense Department’s top weapons buyer said future systems must take advantage of rapidly evolving commercial technology.
The fifth-generation stealth fighter’s GAU-22 gun and Electro-Optical Targeting System will be operational with the installation of the Block 3F software update in fiscal 2017.
Battles over funding for military equipment, a war of words between a senator and the Pentagon press secretary, and what may come of trucks left over from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Manufacturers are still waiting for the program office to release a request for proposals — initially expected this month — to begin the next round of competition.
Congress will likely pass the White House’s separate war-funding request to battle Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria despite some lawmakers’ concerns over strategy
Officials said a program to replace a third of the Humvee fleet with new light-duty trucks remains on track despite uncertainty over future budget cuts.
The service had a record year for foreign military sales, with rising demand in the Middle East for such weapons systems as Apache attack helicopters, Patriot and Javelin missiles.
Boeing has received a $245 million contract to buy parts and other long lead items for 24 of the helicopters for Saudi Arabia.
The Defense Department awarded 75 contracts potentially worth $6.2 billion in the week ending Aug. 22, according to a Military.com analysis.
The Defense Department awarded 78 contracts potentially worth $5.6 billion in the week ending Aug. 15, according to a Military.com analysis.
The award comes as the Chicago-based aerospace giant is cutting costs from its defense segment in anticipation of a downturn in U.S. military spending.
The U.S. Army plans to hold a competition in fiscal 2016 to develop the next phase of its controversial battlefield intelligence system.
Kentucky BioProcessing is the only entity approved by the U.S. government to produce a drug cocktail of antibodies to fight the Ebola virus.
The al Qaeda-splinter group, Islamic State of Iraq in the Levant, has bragged about its capture of Iraqi army equipment, including Humvees, blast-resistant trucks and tanks.
The U.S. Air Force’s top civilian defended the strategy to retire the A-10 aircraft, as House lawmakers gear up for a key vote that may determine the fate of the gunship.