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Symposium offers forum for export policies

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Symposium offers forum for export policies

In the first public discussion of new federal satellite export policies, industry experts and government officials expressed optimism about the long-awaited reforms and their potential impact on the space-based economy. The Satellite Export Controls Workshop took place Monday afternoon at The Broadmoor during the 30th annual Space Symposium, addressing the revised rules of the 1999… Continue Reading Symposium offers forum for export policies

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The Space Symposium’s opening ceremony Monday night was coupled with the release of the Space Foundation’s “Space Report 2014: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity.” Compiled from research by public and private entities, the report provides an analysis of positive trends. According to the report, the global space economy grew during 2013 to revenues… Continue Reading Space report: Global revenue $314.7 billion

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Three decades later…Space Symposium maintains its prominent status among the industry’s biggest events

With an estimated $30 million impact on the local economy, the 30th annual Space Symposium is the largest event of its kind — both in Colorado Springs and across the aerospace universe. “This is the place to go — it is the event in the industry,” said Andy Merritt, chief defense industry officer for the… Continue Reading Three decades later…Space Symposium maintains its prominent status among the industry’s biggest events

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Symposium offers forum for export policies

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In the first public discussion of new federal satellite export policies, industry experts and government officials expressed optimism about the long-awaited reforms and their potential impact on the space-based economy. The Satellite Export Controls Workshop took place Monday afternoon at The Broadmoor during the 30th annual Space Symposium, addressing the revised rules of the 1999… Continue Reading Symposium offers forum for export policies

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TechWise awarded its biggest DoD contract

Colorado Springs-based defense contractor TechWise has been named prime contractor for support base services at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Fort Lewis, Washington. “TechWise looks forward to the new challenges and opportunities to serve the U.S. Armed Forces at Joint Base Lewis-McChord,” President and CEO Shawnee Huckstep said in a recent TechWise news release. The contract, which… Continue Reading TechWise awarded its biggest DoD contract

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AFA to host 11th Research Forum

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AFA to host 11th Research Forum

The U.S. Air Force Academy will partner with UCCS and Colorado College on Saturday to host the 11th annual Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum. During the one-day research event, college students studying arts, humanities and sciences will present findings from their research over the past year, according to a news release. “Colorado College student Petra… Continue Reading AFA to host 11th Research Forum

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Lockheed Martin awarded $245 million contract to complete GPS III

Defense contractor Lockheed Martin this week announced it has been awarded more than $245 million in contract options to produce the next two iterations of the U.S. Air Force’s Global Positioning System. Lockheed, which has a significant Colorado Springs presence, stated in a news release Tuesday the company is now under contract to complete the… Continue Reading Lockheed Martin awarded $245 million contract to complete GPS III

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For the second time in four years, the Space Foundation has been designated by The NonProfit Times and Best Companies Group as among the 50 best nonprofit organizations to work for in the United States. Previously listed in 2011, the Space Foundation now ranks 17th among similarly-sized organizations for 2014. “I am very proud of our Space… Continue Reading Space Foundation again named among 50 best nonprofit employers

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Defense contractor Exelis Inc. announced Tuesday the name of the company that will be created by the spinning off of its Colorado Springs-based Mission Systems division. The new company will be named Vectrus, according to an Exelis news release. “Vectrus is a blended name derived from the words Vector and Trust,” the release stated. “Vector… Continue Reading Exelis names Springs-based spin-off company Vectrus

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The Space Foundation announced Monday that NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Jr. will be the featured speaker at the organization’s Space Technology Hall of Fame dinner in May. The ceremony will take place at the Broadmoor Hotel May 22, wrapping up the Foundation’s 30th annual Space Symposium, according to a news release. The release said that… Continue Reading NASA head to keynote Space Technology Hall of Fame dinner

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