Daily Government Contracting Roundup – March 15, 2010

William Fallon
William Fallon

Adm. (Ret) William Fallon was named CEO at NeuralIQ Government Services.

L-3 won an F-16 mission training center support deal.

Jeff Zients wants to change the government’s hiring and appraisal systems.

Aneesh Chopra delivered Michelle Obama’s anti-childhood obesity message to the 10th Annual Game Developer’s Choice Awards.

Microsoft’s e-health research is tapping the Xbox 360 gaming device.

Trojan developers are taking a page out of Microsoft’s playbook and requiring activation codes for viruses.

Cyber Maryland wants to tap Israeli capabilities.

The FBI released its annual internet crime report.

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