Daily Government Contracting Recap – March 24, 2010

Maj. Gen. (ret.) Bob Harding
Maj. Gen. (ret.) Bob Harding

India is stepping up its cybersecurity efforts.

Cyber is the ‘Fifth Dimension’ of warfare, says NATO.

A Senate bill would crack down on cyber crime havens.

Raytheon won a deal to support the GBS program.

GD nailed an M1 Abrams Tank support deal.

The FDA is increasing transparency.

A new smartphone app helps health IT providers handle EHRs.

New TSA administrator Robert Harding says the U.S. should adopt the Israeli model for airport security.

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