ENSCO, Inc. is pleased to once again sponsor the children’s Robotics Inventors Club™ and the Start Your Own Robotics Company, which offer children a new way to immerse themselves in the world of robotics and business.
Falls Church, Va., March 2, 2017
ENSCO, Inc., is pleased to announce that Scott Webster has joined ENSCO’s Board of Directors. Mr. Webster brings a strong record of achieving corporate growth through strategic clarity, innovation and teamwork spanning three decades of executive and board experience.
ENSCO, Inc., is pleased to announce that Denise Perry was named the Acting Division Manager of the Human Resources Division, effective Feb. 3.
ENSCO, Inc., a leader in national security solutions, is a Silver Sponsor and will be participating in ShmooCon 2017. The event takes place in Washington, D.C., Jan. 13-15.
ENSCO, Inc., is pleased to announce that Vernon Joyner is named Vice President of the National Security Solutions (NSS) Division, effective Nov. 28. Prior to this promotion, Joyner was Division Manager of the NSS Division.
ENSCO Awarded AFSPC Space and Missile Systems Center Range and Network Division Systems Engineering and Integration (RN SE&I) Contract
The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) announced the award of the RN SE&I contract to ENSCO, Inc. of Falls Church, Va., Nov. 17. The work will be performed by the ENSCO Aerospace Sciences and Engineering Division, which is headquartered in Cocoa Beach, Fla. The contract is expected to be complete by Oct. 30, 2022.
Falls Church, Va., November 27, 2016
ENSCO, Inc. is pleased to announce that a number of its homeland security solutions were recently featured in Bloomberg Business Weekly. Bloomberg Business Week published an article, "The Private Sector Steps Up – Defending against threats to homeland security is no longer just the government's job", Oct. 31, that focused on homeland security and featured an interview with ENSCO Chief Strategy and Technology Officer Dr. Scott Goldstein.
ENSCO Rail's Virtual Track Walk was the feature of the Washington Post Transportation section, Oct. 10, in an article titled "Virtual inspections: A solution to Metro’s late-night service cuts?" by Martine Powers.