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The shipbuilder is also doing design work for new Navy amphibious ship.
The work will involve computer equipment on at least one aircraft carrier.
The local defense contractor will do command-and-control work for an unnamed national security customer.
The shipbuilder has been given the go-ahead to buy materials for the next landing platform ship.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded Ibis Biosciences Inc., the Carlsbad-based unit of Abbott Laboratories, a $7.2 million contract to develop its PUMA Biosensor system.
The Pentagon announced that General Dynamics Nassco is in line to receive a $20.7 million U.S. Navy ship repair contract.
Indus Technology Inc. said recently that it received a U.S. Navy contract worth $8.9 million over one year.
The U.S. Air Force awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $13 million contract covering flight tests for the Global Hawk high-altitude surveillance drone.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said that its Modular Systems Division — which builds modular shipping containers and related products — recently received contract awards totaling $4.2 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp.’s workforce basked in an honor and achieved a record recently.
Intelicare Direct, an outsourced call center and customer support company, is hosting an open house and a job fair for veterans and military spouses from 11:30 a.m.– 2 p.m. May 29.
Defense giant Honeywell International Inc. will host 70 teachers in San Diego for five days of what it calls Green Boot Camp.
Topics such as the federal budget, shipbuilding and the need for STEM education will be on the table when the Navy League of the United States holds its annual convention June 24-29 at the Sheraton Hotel and Marina on Harbor Island.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. disclosed a new milestone for its Improved Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft.
Leidos Inc., the Virginia company that split off from Science Applications International Corp., said on May 22 that it received three task orders from the U.S. Navy that could be worth up to $54 million.