Welcome to today's Defense Business Briefing, your weekly roundup of the latest defense industry news.
Peraton, the former Harris government IT services business, is reorganizing from six business groups into four -- two sectors and two business units.
CSRA plans to launch milCloud 2.0, the cloud infrastructure program it won last year, in two locations on Feb. 1.
The Navy should take several steps, such as creating a venture capital firm and an internal "Shark Tank" program, to ensure its autonomy capabilities stay ahead of its adversaries, according to a new report by a Navy advisory panel.
Serco's U.S. business has named retired Vice Adm. Carol Pottenger to its board.
David Storch, the chief executive of AAR Corp., is set to retire May 31, the company announced.
L3 Technologies has named retired Army Lt. Gen. Pat O'Reilly, former director of the Missile Defense Agency, corporate vice president of engineering, effective immediately.
The Government Accountability Office has denied a protest filed by DynCorp International over an Army aircraft maintenance contract.
The week features the expected release of the National Defense Strategy as well as House Speaker Paul Ryan discussing military readiness. Senior Pentagon officials also have several public engagements.
The new director of MD5, the Defense Department organization tasked with fostering civil-military relationships and innovation, sees his program continuing to grow its education offerings, expand its geographic reach and embark on more technology acceleration initiatives after securing the backing of Congressional appropriators.
Members of the House Armed Services Committee today praised Pentagon Comptroller David Norquist for embarking on the first-ever full audit of the Defense Department, but acknowledged the task could take years.
The Air Force, about halfway into its E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System upgrade program, wants to bring the platform up to speed with open mission systems standards.