Northrop Grumman

Federal judge denies USPS request to reconsider $67M award in long-running tech dispute with Northrop Grumman


The government has 60 days to appeal the decision in the legal dispute over an $874M firm fixed-price technology contract.

Following years of protests and litigation, Navy to re-award aerial jammer contract


The Navy, along with L3Harris and Northrop Grumman, have agreed to a path forward to re-evaluate and ultimate re-award the Next Generation Jammer Low Band pod.

Space Development Agency awards $1.3B for hypersonic missile-tracking satellites


Part of a larger constellation of hundreds of space-based devices, the systems are intended to help the military track next-generation threats.

Defense contractors see internal investments as path to demonstrating their JADC2 prowess


Companies plan to use IRAD funding to demonstrate JADC2 capabilities.

Northrop Grumman demonstrates two successful flight tests for Integrated Battle Command System


Northrop successfully intercepted advanced missile targets as part of initial operational test and evaluation.

DOD awards $1.8B for satellite prototypes to power JADC2


The prototypes are a critical piece of the DOD's greater Joint All Domain Command and Control concept.