List/Grid Tag Archives: Justice Department

SRA to Help DOJ Run Grants Mgmt, Data Systems IT; Pat Burke Comments

SRA to Help DOJ Run Grants Mgmt, Data Systems IT; Pat Burke Comments

SRA International will continue development and integration work on information technology systems for the Justice Department‘s office responsible for managing grants and data systems. The company said it won a… Read more »

ATK to Provide FBI, DOJ Speer’s Duty, Training Bullets; Ron Johnson Comments

ATK to Provide FBI, DOJ Speer’s Duty, Training Bullets; Ron Johnson Comments

ATK has won a potential $75 million contract to provide .40 caliber bullets to the Justice Department and FBI for use in training and on duty, the company announced Wednesday…. Read more »

CBP Flying Drones Against Cartel Speedboats, Subs

CBP Flying Drones Against Cartel Speedboats, Subs

Customs and Border Protection is flying drones over the Caribbean to scout for submarines and speedboats transporting narcotics, Nextgov reports. Guardian, a maritime version of the Predator drone, is outfitted… Read more »

Infected Govt. Computers Facing March 8 Shutdown

Infected Govt. Computers Facing March 8 Shutdown

Computers used by nearly half of the government’s major agencies may be forced offline early next month. Researchers from the security firm Internet Identity reported at least one computer or… Read more »

Report: NIST, DOJ Issue Guide to Cut Fingerprint Analysis Errors

Report: NIST, DOJ Issue Guide to Cut Fingerprint Analysis Errors

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently released a joint report with the Justice Department directing agencies how to improve biometrics practices by reducing human error during fingerprint analysis…. Read more »

CACI to Help Modernize DOJ IT Systems; Paul Cofoni Comments

CACI to Help Modernize DOJ IT Systems; Paul Cofoni Comments

CACI International Inc. has received nearly $19 million in task orders to support information technology systems for the Justice Department’s Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys and Civil Rights Division, CACI… Read more »

Contractors Look to Improve DNA Testing, Increase Sales to Security Agencies

Contractors Look to Improve DNA Testing, Increase Sales to Security Agencies

Contractors are looking to speed up biometric testing processes and make more sales to government agencies, according to a Washington Post Capital Business report. Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin are… Read more »

Executive Spotlight: Ted Davies of Unisys

Executive Spotlight: Ted Davies of Unisys

Photo: Ted Davies, Unisys Ted Davies is president of the Federal Systems unit of Unisys, which provides consulting, systems integration, managed services and outsourcing to U.S. government clients. His responsibilities… Read more »

DOJ, FBI Dismantle Global Scareware Ring

DOJ, FBI Dismantle Global Scareware Ring

The Justice Department and the FBI, along with international law enforcement partners, have announced the indictment of two individuals from Latvia and the seizure of more than 40 computers, servers… Read more »

Woman Pleads Guilty to Selling $400,000 of Counterfeit Software

Woman Pleads Guilty to Selling $400,000 of Counterfeit Software

A Michigan woman has pleaded guilty to selling more than $400,000 worth of counterfeit software. Jacinda Jones pleaded guilty to one count of willful copyright infringement and faces up to… Read more »

Top DHS Official Publishes New Document on Cyber Defense

Top DHS Official Publishes New Document on Cyber Defense

As deputy undersecretary of Homeland Security’s National Protection and Programs Directorate, Philip Reitinger’s daily tasks call on him to protect the government’s computer systems from domestic and foreign threats. “Unless… Read more »

ManTech Awarded Contract with DOJ

ManTech Awarded Contract with DOJ

ManTech International Corporation has been awarded a $1.1 billion contract with the Justice Department. The six-year contract will provide a number of security and IT components with the goal of… Read more »

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