CAE today has appointed Andrew Jazwick as Vice President, Washington Operations for its Defense and Security business unit.
The company announced today that in this new position, Jazwick will serve as the senior executive for CAE Defense and Security in Washington, DC and have responsibility for all CAE worldwide efforts involving the greater Washington, DC area.
He will work closely with senior executives across CAE, executing the company's strategic plan in the federal market space.
In this capacity, he is responsible for representing the company to the United States Congress, federal agencies, foreign governments and the industry associations in which CAE participates.
Gene Colabatistto, CAE's Group President, Defense & Security. "Andrew will help grow awareness of CAE and our training systems integration capabilities throughout the US federal business sector, and support our efforts to continue promoting the use of modeling and simulation for enhanced safety, efficiency and readiness."
Mr. Jazwick has over thirty years of experience in the Washington, DC political and corporate environment.
Before joining CAE, Mr. Jazwick was the Corporate Vice President of Legislative Affairs for Cubic Corporation where he oversaw the company's defense and transportation activities on Capitol Hill and was Chairman of the company's Political Action Committee (PAC).
CAE has won multiple defense contracts that include MH-60R maintenance and rear-crew trainers for Royal Australian Navy, two UH-72A Lakota FTDs for US Army, two full-mission simulators for undisclosed customer in the Europe/Middle East/Africa region. CAE today announced that the defense contracts are valued at more than C$150 million (US $117 million) to provide simulation products as well as training services for global military customers
CAE will develop four P-8A operational flight trainers for US Navy and Royal Australian Air Force. Boeing has awarded the contract to develop simulator hardware for Poseidon operational flight trainers (OFTs), CAE said in a statement
CAE announced today that it has won the contract from Italian Directorate for Air Armaments and Airworthiness (DAAA) to develop and deliver upgrades and enhancements to a Predator Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Mission Trainer for the Italian Air Force. CAE and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) intend to co-develop a high fidelity UAS Mission Trainer specifically representing the Italian Air Force's Predator(R) A and Predator B/MQ-9, manufactured by GA-ASI
CAE announced Thursday that it has won a contract from the US army to provide initial and recurrent training for more than 600 US Army and US Air Force fixed-wing pilots annually. The total value of the contract over the next eight years is expected to be approximately US$200 million
CAE announced on Wednesday that it has won a contract from AgustaWestland to support the UK Ministry of Defence's Merlin Life Sustainment Programme. The contract signed in CAE's fourth quarter of fiscal year 2015 and included in the value of contracts announced on April 8, 2015
CAE has closed the acquisition of Bombardier's Military Aviation Training business for Canadian $19.8 million
CAE and Eurofighter Simulation Systems (ESS) have renewed collaboration agreement related to the provision of visual systems on the Eurofighter Typhoon Aircrew Synthetic Training Aids (ASTA) program. Under the Eurofighter ASTA program, ESS serves as the prime contractor and design authority for the comprehensive suite of Eurofighter training systems operated by the four Eurofighter partner nations (United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, and Italy) as well as Austria
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