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HYMAN BRICKLE & SONS INC. must pay $492,236 to the federal government for violating the False Claims Act over blankets sold to the U.S. Department of Defense. / COURTESY U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Woonsocket manufacturer to pay $492K for violating federal False Claims Act

PROVIDENCE – Hyman Brickle & Sons Inc. has been ordered to pay $492,236 to the federal government after both the Woonsocket-based textile manufacturer and...

Service members in Providence, Newport get housing stipend boost

PROVIDENCE – Sailors and other service members in six locations, including Providence and Newport, received a temporary raise in their Basic Allowance for Housing...

URI awarded $5 million grant for defense manufacturing consortium

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a University of Rhode Island-led defense manufacturing consortium a $5 million grant, the department announced...

Purvis Systems Inc. implemented a profitable strategy

PBN Fastest Growing Companies 2022 4. $25 MILLION to $75 MILLION: Purvis Systems Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Joseph Drago 2021 revenue: $44.9 million 2019 revenue: $29.7 million Revenue growth: 51.2% A...

SEACORP awarded 5-year, $79M U.S. Navy contract

MIDDLETOWN – SEACORP LLC was recently awarded a five-year, $79 million contract from the Office of Naval Research to develop a mobile electronic warfare...

URI Research Foundation to lead defense manufacturing coalition

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island Research Foundation will lead a defense manufacturing consortium eligible for up to $5 million in federal funding. The...
BUILDING THE FUTURE: With CEO and President Daniel DiMase at the helm, Aerocyonics Inc. is working with Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island on proposals for the National Science Foundation to develop teacher training, mentoring and project-based learning that focuses on the engineering design process for students. / 
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Daniel DiMase, Aerocyonics Inc. CEO and president


Leaders & Achievers 2022 DANIEL DIMASE CEO and president, Aerocyonics Inc. CEO AND PRESIDENT Daniel ­DiMase founded Aerocyonics Inc. four years ago, after seeing “some gaps...
CAREER PATHFINDER: U.S. Navy veteran Camy R. Ruck credits the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance with assisting her in finding the type of job she wanted in civilian life. 
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Vets’ transition to civilian jobs aided by R.I.-based alliance

Camy R. Ruck’s experience in the U.S. Navy from 2012 to 2018 equipped her with skills to be an information system technician overseeing computer...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND and the University of Connecticut received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to support the universities' joint Naval STEM coalition program.

URI, UConn receive $3M federal grant to support joint Naval STEM...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island on Tuesday announced that it, along with the University of Connecticut, was awarded a $3 million...

SENEDIA to award reimbursement subsidies to submarine shipbuilding supply chain companies

PROVIDENCE – The Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance recently announced that it will be awarding $2 million in training reimbursements to companies in...
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