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ELECTRIC BOAT will receive up to $20 million in incentives for its initiative to nearly double its square-footage in the Quonset Business park and hire 1,300 workers in Rhode Island as it scales up its workforce to build the Colombia-class submarine for the U.S. Navy. Above the Virginia-class submarine, which Electric Boat also produces for the Navy. / COURTESY ELECTRIC BOAT

State offers up to $20M for Electric Boat Quonset expansion, hiring...

NORTH KINGSTOWN – General Dynamics Electric Boat is expanding its Quonset facility and creating 1,300 jobs over the next decade, the company announced Thursday. As...
RAYTHEON WAS AWARDED an $83 million contract to develop, test and deploy an autonomous unmanned underwater vehicle mine neutralization system that will be primarily developed in Rhode Island. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ALASTAIR MILLER

Raytheon wins $83M contract for underwater mine neutralization project based in...

PORTSMOUTH – Raytheon Co. was awarded an $83 million contract to design, test and deploy the Barracuda mine neutralization system, mostly at the company’s...
SEA CORP WAS AWARDED a $23.6 million contract to provide engineering and research materials, resources and training for the Undersea Warfare Sensors and SONAR Systems Department at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center by the U.S. Navy.

SEA CORP awarded $23.6M contract for training at NUWC

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. has been awarded a $23.6 million contract to provide materials, engineering and research services to the Undersea Warfare...
TOM SANTOS is chief technology officer of Rite-Solutions, based in Middletown. / COURTESY RITE-SOLUTIONS

Five Questions With: Tom Santos

Tom Santos is chief technology officer of Rite-Solutions, based in Middletown. The company’s more than 200 employees create mission-critical software for the government and...

NUWC Marine Mammal Monitoring on Navy Ranges team wins environmental award

NEWPORT – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport Marine Mammal Monitoring on Navy Ranges Team has won the National Association of Environmental Professionals...
RITE-SOLUTIONS was one of three companies awarded a Rapid Development and Sustainment contract with the U.S. Navy. The three contracts, which will comprise competitive individual task orders, have a combined ceiling of $300 million.

Rite-Solutions among 3 companies awarded $300M Navy contract

MIDDLETOWN – Rite-Solutions Inc. has been awarded one of three Rapid Product Development and Sustainment Infinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Multiple Award Contacts by the Space...
NUWC NEWPORT contributed nearly $1.2 billion to the region's economy in FISCAL 2017, according to facility representatives. / COURTESY NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER DIVISION NEWPORT

NUWC has $1.2B impact on local economy

NEWPORT – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport reported that its local spending in fiscal 2017 was $1.2 billion, an increase over the...
SEA CORP was recently awarded a $12 million, 18-month contract for undersea electronic warfare systems design and engineering support, development and evaluation to the Undersea Electromagnetic Systems Department of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport.

SEA CORP receives $12M NUWC undersea electronic warfare design contract

MIDDLETOWN — SEA CORP was awarded a $12 million, 18-month contract on Dec. 7 for undersea electronic warfare systems design and engineering support, development...
THE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE said that the $128 billion Columbia-class nuclear-powered submarine appears to be underfunded and is at risk for increased costs and schedule delays. Above, U.S. Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen ride aboard a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat after participating in an International Special Operations Forces capacities exercise. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

U.S. Navy’s new sub risks blowing past $128B, GAO says

NEW YORK - The U.S. Navy underplayed the development risks posed by key technologies for its new $128 billion Columbia-class nuclear-powered submarine, the Government Accountability...
THE NEWLY EXPANDED "Whales Today" exhibit at the New Bedford Whaling Museum features the equipment and research of William Watkins, left, and William Schevill, of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, who conducted marine bioacoustics research with the U.S. Navy’s Underwater Sound Laboratory between the 1940s and 1990s. / COURTESY NEW BEDFORD WHALING MUSEUM

NUWC partners with New Bedford Whaling Museum on new exhibit

NEWPORT – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport has teamed with the New Bedford Whaling Museum on a new exhibit to explore the...

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