Northrop Grumman Corporation establishes a Hypersonics Capability Center (HCC) in Elkton, MD, supporting the DoD’s demand for long-range, rapid response weapons through advanced propulsion solutions for hypersonic missiles beyond Mach 5. The HCC is the first U.S. facility dedicated to large-scale manufacturing of air-breathing propulsion, including ramjet and scramjet, and will aid the U.S. Air Force’s Hypersonic Attack Cruise Missile development and future hypersonic systems work across DoD. With state-of-the-art production technology and digital engineering, the HCC aims to reduce costs and increase production capacity. Northrop Grumman’s investments also include a new missile integration facility in West Virginia and the expansion of solid rocket motor production in Utah, contributing to enhanced defense capabilities and job opportunities in the region.

Contract Opportunities to Watch: CACI

CACI was awarded a mission expertise contract valued at up to $2.7 billion to provide network and exploitation analysis to the National Security Agency’s (NSA) foreign intelligence and cybersecurity missions.

“We are honored to assist the NSA as it confronts existing and future threats against national security,” said John Mengucci, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer. “CACI has been privileged to work with the NSA for more than 20 years. Our extensive expertise and critical support have contributed to some of the nation’s most important global foreign intelligence and cybersecurity missions.”

Under this single-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, CACI’s experienced analysts will deliver network and exploitation analysis to secure and defend vital networks and accelerate the nation’s ability to meet the challenges posed by an increasingly complex global security environment.

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Sentar, a women-owned business specializing in advanced cyber intelligence solutions and technology, is excited to announce that they have acquired Waterfront Technical Services, a Huntsville-based company.

Waterfront’s portfolio includes flight and ground operations, data center operations, information technology, software development, and test supporting NASA’s spaceflight missions. As a key member of Teledyne Brown Engineering’s MOSSI team, Waterfront is currently providing mission critical support to NASA’s ISS, Artemis, Gateway, and Human Lander projects.

“Waterfront has created a budding legacy in Huntsville,” said Peter Kiss. “It is our desire to continue and strengthen that legacy, recognizing that our efforts in achieving our mission are always better together. We welcome Waterfront to the Sentar team as we expand Sentar’s reach into Civil Space and beyond.”

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Jillian Hamilton has worked in a variety of Program Management roles for multiple Federal Government contractors. She has helped manage projects in training and IT. She received her Bachelors degree in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Penn State University and her MBA from the University of Phoenix.