COVID19 and Leading Your Programs
Customers around the globe are moving quickly to establish priorities in terms of what is essential for aerospace and defense programs.

For information from the U.S. Defense Department, see these stories:
Jun 29, 2020
The FAA has authorized Boeing to begin certification flight testing of the grounded 737 MAX with an updated flight-control system.
Jun 25, 2020
NASA is looking into flying astronauts and other personnel aboard commercial suborbital spacecraft such as those in development by Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin. 
Jun 25, 2020
A sources-sought notice released by the U.S. Army June 23 keeps the Future Long Range Assault Aircraft competition on track for the release of the request for proposals next year and lays out new details of aircraft deliveries needed during the development phase and the first lot of low-rate initial production. 
Jun 22, 2020
Boeing has told its primary 737 supplier Spirit AeroSystems to produce only 72 shipsets this year, including 35 already delivered, pushing the…
Jun 22, 2020
The Space Development Agency must submit a detailed plan to use commercial satellites as a service in the future National Defense Space Architecture, a panel of lawmakers say. 
Jun 22, 2020
While many MRO providers have started to furlough, lay-off or short-time workers, the full impact of the crisis is yet to be felt, with many analysts…
Jun 18, 2020
From a competition among the world’s militaries to create weapons that can hit targets 1,000 mi. away within minutes, to innovations that could enable rapid civilian travel from New York to Hong Kong and multi-stage access to space, the pursuit of hypersonic technologies are pushing the limits of national budgets and the laws of physics.
Jun 18, 2020
Satellites and interceptors for hypersonic defense are in development, but fielding strategy remains mostly unfunded.

 

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