The companies face continued resistance from Germany and France to key terms of their proposed $49 billion merger.
The French government on Monday laid out a series of concerns it said needed to be addressed in the proposed merger of European Aeronautic Defense & Space and BAE Systems.
The entire intelligence community needs to find more efficient methods to process ISR data into decision-making information for joint warfighters, says Lt. Gen. Larry James.
Rapidly evolving mobile technologies create new capabilities—and rapid change.
General Dynamics IT has won a task order to assist the Marine Corps with C4ISR.
Army acquisition officials have demanded that the 3rd Infantry Division take “immediate corrective action” upon discovering that the unit tried to obtain a controversial intelligence software for training before it deployed to Afghanistan.
The Air Force will establish a Space Fence radar site on Kwajalein Island in the Republic of the Marshall Islands that will begin operating in fiscal 2017.
The Army is working to establish a data content standard for geospatial-intelligence used by ground forces that would improve management and sharing of featured data generated by intelligence agencies, the Army, and the Marine Corps.
As national security policy matures to catch up with need, technology companies say they are ready to facilitate the use of commercial mobile devices in a secure work environment.
The Air Force has decided that all of the bidders that applied for the Orbital/Suborbital Program-3 contract will be eligible to compete.
The Air Force has awarded Northrop Grumman a contract modification to add beyond-line-of-sight command and control capabilities to the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node information gateway system.
Security considerations may limit the number of military applications moving to the cloud, but some applications are eligible for migration.
The Navy has awarded Logos Technologies a contract for Kestrel persistent ground surveillance systems.
The Army has announced that it is accepting proposals from companies that want to win a spot on its next-generation $5 billion IT Enterprise Solutions 3 Hardware (ITES-3H) acquisition program.
Cyber intelligence efforts must be in near real-time to mitigate daily threats to government and military networks.
Robert Schroeder, a Republican from Washington Township in Bergen County, said his military-contracting business had been “in decline during the Obama administration.”
It’s a decision many entrepreneurs face – whether to hold on to the company they built from the ground up or sell and potentially give up control. For Walter J. Zable, the founder of the military contractor Cubic Corporation, the answer was easy: no sale. But after his death last month, speculation has re-emerged that [...]
At a time of budget cuts, the Pentagon needs to ensure that every defense dollar is spent wisely. Yet problems with two major jets show it is far from that goal.