Daily Government Contracting Recap – May 25, 2010

The EPA is continuing work to solve the gulf coast oil spill.

The FDA and NIH are launching a new safety reporting site.

An ISP was hit hard with financial penalties following a Spam case.

A researcher discovered a new type of phishing attack.

Lockheed Martin, SAIC and General Dynamics signed on to a half-billion dollar Navy contract.

BAE is set to bring security systems to Army bases.

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