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a contractor concerned with the development and manufacture of systems of defense

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Valerie Brown, who very recently assumed her position at Defense Contracting Management Agency (DCMA), reviewed the Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) role in supporting FMS.
a Woburn, MA defense contracting firm, and Wonson was Micro Dynamic's Director of Quality Assurance.
The intention of this account is to provide an illustration of the problems defense contractors face in an overregulated environment, not to adjudicate the merits of a particular defense contracting issue.
announced today the completion of its divestiture of the assets of its California-based Paranetics defense contracting operation.
From your unique perspective, how can DAU improve or enhance the curriculum to better support the defense contracting workforce?
NASDAQ: BRSI) announced today the signing of a letter of intent and agreement in principle to sell the assets of its California-based Paranetics defense contracting operation.
NASDAQ NM:PECS) a professional technology services firm specializing in high-end e-Government solutions, today announced that PEC's wholly-owned subsidiary, AC Technologies (ACT), has been awarded a contract from the US Army Defense Contracting Command - Washington.
When using the Standard Procurement System (SPS) to contract for commercial items, all Department of Defense contracting activities may deviate from the requirements in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.
In 2001, Lau sold its defense contracting business, Lau Defense Systems, to Curtis Wright and is now focused solely on providing debt and equity financing and consulting to mid-range companies, such as MCR, LLC.
Moreover, periods of heightened national security and war have often introduced new priorities and demands, external delays, and increased uncertainty into the defense contracting marketplace.
David Braunstein, President and CEO of CMTC, praised Chairman Lewis for his strong commitment to strengthening the participation of small and medium sized manufacturers in defense contracting.
Signorello, Chairman and CEO stated, "We are excited to deliver a substantial award to the defense contracting community
Among her specialties include homeland defense procurement, federal and defense contracting, IT issues and the regulatory process.
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