DoD Hands Out $7.54 Billion in Year-End Contract Bonanza

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By: Aaron Mehta   WASHINGTON – The Pentagon handed out a whopping $7.54 billion in contracts the evening of Sept. 28, the last working day of the fiscal year. The contract dump, as sure a sign that fall has come as birds flying south and pumpkin spice lattes, is an annual event, with the various defense… Read more »

US Navy Selects Builder for New MQ-25 Stingray Aerial Refueling Drone

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By: Valerie Insinna and David B. Larter   Boeing has seized the Navy’s MQ-25 tanker drone contract, a major victory for a company that has in recent years struggled to win combat aircraft awards, marking a major step toward a new kind of carrier air wing. The $805 million contract covers the design, development, fabrication,… Read more »

Another win for Boeing: New Zealand commits to the P-8 with $1.6 billion deal

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By: Nick Lee-Frampton   New Zealand has become the fifth export customer (after Australia, India, Norway and the U.K.) for Boeing’s P-8 Poseidon, with a $1.6 billion order for four aircraft. Announced July 9 by Minister of Defence Ron Mark, the order includes the cost of infrastructure and training equipment. The aircraft are expected to enter Royal… Read more »

In Celebration of Redstone Arsenal

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This July, Redstone Arsenal celebrates its 77th year of operation. This anniversary is a monumental occasion for the great city of Huntsville, AL. With over 35,000 employees including 1,000 active duty, 19,500 government civilians and 15,000 contractors, Redstone is a staple for the local economy. Many refer to this site as the “Pentagon of the… Read more »

Moseley Pledges Support for Hiring Military Personnel

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      Moseley recently signed the above certificate in support of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) initiatives to support, hire and provide opportunities for military personnel.  ESGR, a Department of Defense program, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers…. Read more »

Five Ways to Boost Temporary Employee Productivity

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Want to ensure your temporary staff is as efficient and productive as possible? Use these five tips:   1.Determine whom you need and define required skills. Meet with managers and those who will be working with the temporary employees to determine which skills are ideal for the positions you are trying to fill. Benchmark your… Read more »

Huntsville Chamber of Commerce Hosted Ribbon Cutting Event & Award Ceremony at Moseley Technical Services, Inc.

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Moseley Technical Services, Inc. Celebrated Re-Branding and Received Prestigious Award from Lockheed Martin   Huntsville, AL, July 25, 2017 – The Huntsville Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Event and Award Ceremony at Moseley Technical Services, Inc. The ceremony was held to formally launch the new corporate branding of Moseley Technical Services, Inc. to… Read more »

Huntsville Chamber Of Commerce Hosts Ribbon Cutting Event And Award Ceremony At Moseley Technical Services

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Moseley Technical Services, Inc. Celebrates Re-Branding and Receives Prestigious Award from Lockheed Martin   June 19, 2017 The Huntsville Chamber of Commerce announces a Ribbon Cutting Event and Award Ceremony to be held at Moseley Technical Services, Inc., on July 25 at 9AM.   Moseley’s Vice President of Professional Services, Renee Pinto Smith, adds: “We… Read more »

Moseley Receives Special Award Recognition

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Moseley Milestones

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Any business professional can tell you that high employee turnover can really take a toll on a business both financially, and culturally in the workplace. Forbes Contributor, Brent Gleeson, recently pointed out in his article “How Important Is Culture Fit For Employee Retention?” that “Employee turnover is costly. Hiring based on shared values and cultural… Read more »