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Tetra Tech, Inc. | February 26, 2020
Tetra Tech, Inc. TTEK announced yesterday that it acquired Arlington, VA-based Segue Technologies, Inc. Financial terms of the transaction have been kept under wraps. Segue specializes in providing management consultancy, IT solutions and cybersecurity to customers, including commercial, non-profit and government. The firm’s government clients include the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps. It employs more than 200 people....
Roswell Biotechnologies | February 17, 2020
Roswell Biotechnologies, Inc., the pioneer in the development of a molecular electronics platform for DNA sequencing, today announced that it is a member of a team led by Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) that has been awarded a US government contract worth up to $25 million to develop a sequencing technology capable of reading data stored in DNA at speeds up to 10 TB per day, or more than 400x times the speed of currently available sequencing technologies. The award comes from the Intellig...
Citadel Defense | September 02, 2020
The U.S. Government and Department of Defense has awarded Citadel Defense a $12.2M contract to defeat enemy drones on the battlefield and at covered locations in the United States. The decision to purchase Titan systems was made after extensive U.S. Government evaluation that assessed more than a dozen other counter drone solutions. Selection of Titan addresses immediate challenges caused by rapidly evolving drones domestically and overseas. Titan operates as a standalone system that is equally ...
Microsoft | February 05, 2020
Microsoft, Dell, and AT&T are three of the names involved in the project, according to a report from the WSJ, with others likely to be added as the work on the 5G alternative advances. What the government hopes to achieve is a common engineering standard, with Microsoft and its partners to build 5G software essentially allowing the use of hardware from any manufacturer. So technically, the US authorities want to keep Huawei out of its 5G network, and it hopes other states would do the same o...
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