Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Inc.
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Inc. provides network-centric system solutions to military, government, and commercial customers. It offers intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems; manufactures military aircraft and satellites; provides space-based communications; integrates primary systems for missile defense; operates as National Aeronautics and Space Administration contractor; and provides in sustainment solutions and launch services. The company is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri with an additional office in Qatar. Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of The Boeing Company.
P. O. Box 516
St. Louis, MO 63166
Key Executives for Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Executive and Vice President
Chairman of Boeing and Chief Executive Officer of Boeing
President of Networks and Space Systems
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Inc. Key Developments
Boeing Defense Space & Security Wins $23,284,003 Federal Contract
Dec 19 15
Boeing dba Boeing Defense Space & Security announced that it was awarded a $23,284,003 federal contract modification by the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, for 1,070 joint direct attack munition tail kits.
Boeing Defense Space & Security Wins $261,980,643 Federal Contract
Nov 25 15
Boeing Co. dba Boeing Defense Space & Security was awarded a $261,980,643 federal contract by the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, for the Joint Direct Attack Munition strap-on inertial guidance kits to receive guidance updates from Global Positioning Systems to increase weapon accuracy for conventional inventory bombs.
Boeing to Build 747 Fuselage Panels at Macon, Georgia Facility
Sep 21 15
Boeing announced that 747 fuselage panels will be built at its Macon, Georgia facility beginning in 2018. Boeing will take over the work from Triumph Aerostructures Vought Aircraft Division, a wholly owned subsidiary of Triumph Group Inc., with the Macon site providing assembled fuselage panels to Boeing's 747 final assembly line in Everett, Washington. Boeing and Triumph Aerostructures have worked together to ensure a smooth transition for the 747 supply chain. Defense work currently performed at the Macon site includes replacement center wing sections for the A-10 Thunderbolt II, as well as sub-assemblies for the CH-47 Chinook helicopter. Fuselage panels for the C-17 Globemaster transport airplane were also produced at the site until earlier this year. Current defense work at the facility is scheduled to be complete in mid-2016, at which time Boeing will transition the site for Commercial Airplanes work. Facility staffing will be temporarily reduced during the transition. The site will ramp up to full production on 747 fuselage panels by mid-2018, at which point it will employ up to 200 people.
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