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August 20, 2014
13:36 EDTXLSExelis awarded $517M U.S. Army contract
Exelis has been awarded a $517M contract for enterprise information management and information technology support services by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi. The contract is a fixed-price incentive award and includes the base year, plus four one-year options that, if fully exercised, would extend the contract through August 2019. Exelis will provide information management and information technology support services to more than 37,000 USACE customers. Work will be performed in multiple locations that include USACE headquarters in Washington, D.C.; nine separate Engineer divisions, 44 Engineer districts -- and their associated field and area project offices -- and two data centers located in Mississippi and Oregon. The effort will also include rapid response and flexible support for emergency operations.
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February 27, 2015
06:33 EDTXLSExelis reports Q4 C4ISR Electronics and Systems revenue up 2% to $636M
Reports Q4 Information and Technical Services revenue down 1% to $297M. Reports book-to-bill ratio of greater than 1.0x.
06:32 EDTXLSExelis reports Q4 adjusted EPS 47c, consensus 45c
Reports Q4 revenue $933M , consensus $912.12M
February 26, 2015
15:30 EDTXLSNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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February 24, 2015
09:08 EDTXLSExelis signs agreement with Saab Aeronautics for 214 PMELs
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February 23, 2015
09:31 EDTXLSExelis receives $7.6M contract from ADS
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February 19, 2015
09:59 EDTXLSExelis awarded $10.7M contract by DARPA
Exelis has been awarded a $10.7M contract by the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency, or DARPA, to develop a new multifunctional chip for airborne radio applications. The contract is part of an overall effort to enable secure communications and keep battlefield networks ahead of emerging electronic threats. Along with improving the security and jam-resistance of airborne radio communications, the Exelis chip will pioneer a new architecture known as “interface awareness,” which aims to improve the standardization of radio subsystems and allow radio components to be re-engineered to meet different requirements without the need to develop entire systems.

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