CACI Bluestone Analytics and Torchlight AI (Torchlight) have formed a strategic partnership to provide the DarkPursuit capability within the Torchlight Catalyst platform. This partnership will provide Torchlight customers, mainly Special Operations Forces (SOF), with safe and secure access to browse the open, deep, and dark web.
CACI’s DarkPursuit is a capability within the DarkBlue Intelligence Suite that enables users to pivot from analysis and targeting activity to secure virtual browsing on the open, deep, and dark web (Tor, I2P, Freenet, and ZeroNet).
CACI acquired Bluestone Analytics back in 2021. The DarkBlue Intelligence platform from Bluestone Analytics, combined with Torchlight’s exclusive data provides the capabilities for real-time, enhanced decision-making across the spectrum of SOF challenges, including irregular warfare.
Contract Opportunities to Watch: DCS
DCS Corporation has announced the award of a 5-year, $58M single-award contract to provide services for the Air Vehicle Test and Evaluation Division, Naval Test Wing Atlantic, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.
DCS and its integrated team will perform test and evaluation engineering, research and development, systems analysis, and integration of warfare systems into Naval aircraft and aviation subsystems. Efforts will include planning, execution, and reporting of test efforts for aircraft, aircraft landing systems, in-flight refueling systems, and weapons components.
“We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to continue our support of the Air Vehicle Test and Evaluation Division and its mission to provide safe and effective weapon systems to the Warfighter,” commented Larry Egbert, DCS President and Chief Operating Officer. “DCS and our industry partners remain committed to delivering outstanding technical services in support of weapons and stores integration and the associated testing on US Navy and Marine Corps aircraft.”
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Maxar Technologies announced that U.S. private equity firm Advent International, alongside minority investor British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI), completed their acquisition of Maxar. With the closing of the transaction, Maxar will remain a U.S.-controlled, owned, and operated company.
On December 16, 2022, Advent and Maxar announced that they had entered into a definitive merger agreement under which all outstanding shares of Maxar common stock would be acquired for $53.00 per share in cash, valuing Maxar at approximately $6.4 billion.
With the completion of the transaction, Maxar’s common stock has ceased trading and is no longer listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and Maxar’s common stock will also be de-listed from the Toronto Stock Exchange. An application will be made for Maxar to cease to be a reporting issuer in the applicable Canadian jurisdictions as a result of completion of the transaction.