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May 25, 1990
ITT Gilfillan in Van Nuys won a $945,000 contract from the Army to provide mechanical power transmission equipment.
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October 6, 1998
The U.S. House and Senate have agreed to spend $12 million with a Van Nuys-based defense firm to fund work on two defense programs. The U.S. Air National Guard will spend $8 million on an air traffic control radar system from ITT Gilfillan. The other $4 million will go to Gilfillan to continue development of a new military antenna that will allow simultaneous communication between several military platforms, including satellites, aircraft and unmanned vehicles.
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BUSINESS
March 11, 1997
ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Defense & Electronics, has received a $10-million contract to provide precision radar systems to the Brazilian Air Force. ITT Gilfillan designs and makes air traffic control and military radar systems.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
Two Valley defense industry firms soon might provide the federal government with new radar, antenna and minesweeping devices. The House Appropriations Committee recently approved $8 million for the Air National Guard to purchase a type of air traffic control radar system developed by ITT Gilfillan of Van Nuys.
BUSINESS
December 30, 1997
ITT Gilfillan has been awarded a $7-million research and development contract by the U.S. Navy to upgrade radar systems on its aircraft carriers and other warships. ITT Gilfillan, based in Van Nuys, is a maker of air traffic control systems and radar defense systems used by the U.S. military. It has been a maker of radar systems for half a century.
BUSINESS
November 18, 1997
ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Defense & Electronics, has received a $4-million contract from the Ministry of Defense of the United Kingdom for its PAR-2000 Precision Approach Radar, the company said. The radar system, which will be used by the Royal Air Force, is able to operate in high winds and provide multirunway coverage on digital color displays. Along with PAR-2000 hardware and software, ITT Gilfillan will provide training and contractor logistics support for five years.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1987
The temporary suspension of the Van Nuys-based unit from receiving new military contracts follows a Massachusetts grand jury's indictment of Gilfillan for conspiracy to defraud the Defense Department. The June 24 indictment charged the division, which bids on radar equipment contracts, and one of its former marketing executives with conspiring to provide sports tickets and other favors to government employees in order to obtain confidential information for use in Gilfillan's contract bids.
BUSINESS
November 11, 1997
The U.S. Air Force has awarded a $10-million contract to ITT Gilfillan for an air-traffic control system. The contract is for a tactical air-traffic control and landing system that will help the Air Force handle air traffic during bad weather. The system will be installed at Hanscom Air Force Base in Concord, Mass. ITT Gilfillan in Van Nuys is a unit of the conglomerate ITT Industries, based in White Plains, N.Y.
BUSINESS
April 10, 1990 | JOHN MEDEARIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former employee of ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Corp., claims that he was only following company policy when he approved expense statements of another employee who, according to federal prosecutors, illegally entertained Air Force officials to obtain confidential information about military contracts that could have been worth $236 million. Dougal W. S.
BUSINESS
December 30, 1997
ITT Gilfillan has been awarded a $7-million research and development contract by the U.S. Navy to upgrade radar systems on its aircraft carriers and other warships. ITT Gilfillan, based in Van Nuys, is a maker of air traffic control systems and radar defense systems used by the U.S. military. It has been a maker of radar systems for half a century.
BUSINESS
November 18, 1997
ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Defense & Electronics, has received a $4-million contract from the Ministry of Defense of the United Kingdom for its PAR-2000 Precision Approach Radar, the company said. The radar system, which will be used by the Royal Air Force, is able to operate in high winds and provide multirunway coverage on digital color displays. Along with PAR-2000 hardware and software, ITT Gilfillan will provide training and contractor logistics support for five years.
BUSINESS
November 11, 1997
The U.S. Air Force has awarded a $10-million contract to ITT Gilfillan for an air-traffic control system. The contract is for a tactical air-traffic control and landing system that will help the Air Force handle air traffic during bad weather. The system will be installed at Hanscom Air Force Base in Concord, Mass. ITT Gilfillan in Van Nuys is a unit of the conglomerate ITT Industries, based in White Plains, N.Y.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
While the children at Langdon Avenue Elementary School are not the only ones in the Los Angeles Unified School District to benefit from donated computer equipment, they may be the only ones who are actually taking the computers home. To date, 84 Langdon students have received surplus computers as part of a 3-year-old partnership between a local aerospace company and the school's LA's BEST after-school program.
BUSINESS
March 18, 1997
ITT Gilfillan in Van Nuys was awarded a $10-million contract for radar systems from the Brazilian Air Force. This type of product, called PAR-2000 radar, is the latest in air traffic technology developed by the company. ITT Gilfillan is a unit of ITT Industries, a manufacturing company headquartered in White Plains, N.Y.
BUSINESS
March 11, 1997
ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Defense & Electronics, has received a $10-million contract to provide precision radar systems to the Brazilian Air Force. ITT Gilfillan designs and makes air traffic control and military radar systems.
BUSINESS
July 9, 1996
ITT Gilfillan, a Van Nuys-based unit of ITT Defense & Electronics, said it has signed a $30-million contract with the Republic of Turkey to build radar approach control systems for that country. The unit was already under contract to build $40-million worth of these systems. The additional order puts the total value of these Turkish radar contracts to $70 million. Delivery will be spread over the next four years, the company said.
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