Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 16, 2010

David DeWalt

McAfee’s David DeWalt says that sophistication of malware is increasing exponentially.

SAIC signed an Air Force deal.

DoD addressed its approach to Iran.

Lockheed Martin won a major contract modification.

Eric Holder: banning civilian courts from prosecuting terrorists will harm national security.

Bill Crowell and Alan Wade will serve on the Cybersecurity Intelligence Advisory Council.

Spyware from the postman?

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