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UTIC issues first OTA undersea innovation awards

MIDDLETOWN – The Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium announced its first awards under the Other Transaction Authority Agreement for undersea technology innovation. The Naval Undersea Warfare...

Augmented, virtual and mixed reality focus of SENEDIA panel talk

MIDDLETOWN – The Atlantic Resort was the location for the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance December Tech Talk. The event included an expert...

UMass Dartmouth, NUWC host FIRST LEGO League qualifier

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Engineering and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport hosted a FIRST LEGO League qualifier...

NUWC renews $49.6M Rite-Solutions IT services contract

MIDDLETOWN – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center has renewed a $49.6 million contract with Rite-Solutions Inc. for the company’s support of the NUWC Activity...
THE NAVAL UNDERSEA Warefare Center has awarded Rite-Solutions a five-year $49.6 million contract renewal for IT services for the NUWC's Activity Chief Information Officer/ Information Technology division. Above, Rite-Solutions President and CEO Dennis McLaughlin. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

NUWC renews $49.6M Rite-Solutions IT services contract

MIDDLETOWN – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center has renewed a $49.6 million contract with Rite-Solutions Inc. for the company’s support of the NUWC Activity...
BEING PROACTIVE: Panelists at the 2018 PBN Cybersecurity Summit, held at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Oct. 11, discuss ways companies can prepare for and prevent cyberattacks and hackers. From left: Jeffrey Ziplow, cybersecurity risk assessment partner for BlumShapiro; Francesca Spidalieri, senior fellow for cyber leadership at the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University; and Jason Farmer, senior solution manager for RiskSense.
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Train, anticipate to thwart hackers

Cyberthreats are continuing to grow, despite the significant efforts made over the past year to educate both business sectors and the public about ways...

SEA CORP one of 23 companies awarded $794.5M NUWC multiple-award contract

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies that earned a nine-year, combined $794.5 million contract from the Weapons, Vehicles, and...
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies awarded a $794.5 million multiple-award contract for the advancement of its Unmanned Undersea Vehicles Family of Systems Development.

SEA CORP one of 23 companies awarded $794.5M NUWC multiple-award contract

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies that earned a nine-year, combined $794.5 million multiple-award contract from the Weapons, Vehicles,...

Rhode Island champions innovation

The Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium was recently awarded an “Other Transaction Agreement” for undersea and maritime technology prototyping from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center,...
THE NAVAL UNDERSEA Warfare Center has reached a three-year OT agreement with the Middletown-based Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium that is estimated to award at least $20 million annually for the purpose of prototyping various undersea warfare technologies. The deal can be extended for up to 10 years. / COURTESY NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER

NUWC awards local consortium contract for prototyping undersea and maritime tech

MIDDLETOWN – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport signed a three-year Other Transaction agreement with the Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium for a multimillion...

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