Northrop Grumman

  • The state of the healthcare IT market

    Amy Caro, vice president, Health Solutions at Northrop Grumman joins host Roger Waldron on Off the Shelf for a wide ranging discussion of the healthcare Information Technology market. February 23, 2016

  • DoD treads lightly with new rule on public R&D funds

    DoD released a proposed rule that will require companies to give the Pentagon more information about IR&D projects.

  • Air Force replaces top acquisition official over missed financial disclosure

    Rich Lombardi, the service’s principal deputy assistant secretary for acquisition, has been reassigned after he did not properly disclose a financial interest in a defense firm.

  • DoD’s Kendall wants more research spending from industry

    Defense companies have spent a low percentage of their own funds on research and development, creating what some say is an innovation problem.

  • Jim Hasik: What’s next for Air Force’s Long Range Strike Bomber

    Northrop Grumman is celebrating a huge win in the Long Range Strike Bomber competition and Boeing is considering a protest of the final decision. Jim Hasik, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, told In Depth with Francis Rose there are still a lot of questions to answer about how much the planes will cost and how fast the Air Force really needs them.

  • Dr. Chris Jones, Northrop Grumman Technical Services

    The Air Force and Northrop Grumman have a new deal in place. They’re calling it a public-private partnership, and it will enable Northrop Grumman to provide the Air Force with sustainment of future weapon systems. Air Force officials say they hope the deal will improve efficiency, both in negotiations and in implementing future projects. Dr. Chris Jones, the president of Northrop Grumman Technical Services, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the partnership and how it works.

  • Maj. Gen. Jack Weinstein, Commander, 20th Air Force

    The Air Force recently completed a test launch of one of its Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missiles. The 5,000 mile flight test was supported by Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and several other contractors. So how does the Air Force maintain readiness of the ICBM fleet? How can it assure the Commander-in-Chief that in the unlikely event of a real launch, the 40-year-old missiles would go where they’re supposed to? Maj. Gen. Jack Weinstein, Commander of the 20th Air Force, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to discuss the test flight and the ICMB program.

  • Mike Papay, Northrop Grumman, and Frank Cilluffo, GW University

    Embedding cybersecurity into the Defense Department’s design, manufacturing, and supply chain is a goal the Pentagon sees is possible. Mike Papay is Chief Information Security Officer and Vice President at Northrop Grumman, and Frank Cilluffo is director of the George Washington University Cybersecurity Initiative and the Homeland Security Policy Institute. On In Depth with Francis Rose, they offered steps the DoD can take to address the issue.

  • Doing business with the federal government

    Ed Swallow, vice president, Business Development, Federal and Defense Technologies at Northrop Grumman, provide tips on what your company can do to increase its chances of winning government contracts. May 5, 2014

  • DHS awards $60 million in cyber awards

    GSA made the first set of awards under the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) contract.