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The U.S. Army‘s Rapid Capabilities Office has selected a team from federally funded research and development center operator Aerospace Corp. as the winner of a competition that sought artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that could support electronic warfare missions. Platypus Aerospace won the $100K first-place award at the Army Signal Classification Challenge while TeamAU — a group […] More
BAE Systems has secured a potential $12.8 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to build a testbed for space command-and-control technologies. The company said Tuesday it will develop a space evaluation and analysis testbed under DARPA’s Hallmark program to support the development, integration, evaluation and analysis of space enterprise C2 platforms. “The Hallmark testbed […] More
NASA plans to award up to $47.7 million in contracts to fund aerospace technology projects led by teams of small technology companies and research institutes. The agency said Friday it chose a total of 381 proposals for the development of new systems to support its future missions to Mars and asteroids. Selected teams would receive […] More
Carlos Fernandes joined Salient Federal Solutions in January to serve as director of its Cyber Security Center of Excellence and develop and implement the Fairfax, Va.-based IT, training and engineering services contractor’s cybersecurity strategy. The former U.S. Air Force Intelligence Applications Officer had previously served as an adviser to Salient and brings more-than-21-years of information […] More
Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. and Infoscitex will compete for task orders to perform research and development work in areas of warfighter lethality and combat survivability for the Air Force under a potential six-year, $60.1 million contract. The Air Force Research Laboratory received three offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract as the 711th Human Performance Wing pushes to use […] More
IBM unveiled today a new experimental computer chip that mimics the human brain in its ability to perceive, act and even think. The technology could yield many orders of magnitude less power consumption and space than used in today’s computers by recreating “the phenomena between spiking neurons and synapses in biological systems, such as the […] More

NASA has selected six entrepreneurial companies to receive $100K each as winners of a prize competition that sought concepts to build instruments and other technology that could support science exploration programs. The winning startups on the Entrepreneur's Challenge are Cognitive Space, Evermore Intelligence, MOBILion, Trace Matters Scientific, Guardion Technologies and Cold Quanta.

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Steve Sousa is a senior vice president and Health and Social Services Business Unit lead at CGI Federal, where he leverages over 25 years of experience in the public and private sectors to drive major information technology modernization efforts that support a range of clients in the Department of Health and Human Services. His work includes […] More
With nearly two decades at IBM, Don Fenhagen has held a variety of roles across the company’s commercial and government sectors. He is currently part of IBM Consulting’s federal market organization as a managing client partner overseeing the organization’s national security sector. When explaining his tenure at IBM, Fenhagen cited the company’s wide range of opportunities, positive work […] More
Leidos has secured a potential 66-month, $53 million task order from the U.S. Navy to study warfighters’ performance in air, water and special warfare settings and help increase their survivability in the mentioned environments. The company said Wednesday it will collect and analyze data, perform statistical analysis as well as provide computer programming and scientific reporting […] More
UES, a Dayton, Ohio-based scientific research and development company, has secured a seven-year, $75 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to conduct an exploratory study on the advances in biotechnology, polymers and responsive materials to support military operations. The contractor will do its research at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio in support of […] More
Nikoia Sanni, vice president and division manager with ManTech, spoke with ExecutiveBiz about recently joining the company in her new role as well as her experience in the federal sector, why she wanted to join ManTech and what she hopes to accomplish in the role. In addition, Nikoia Sanni also discussed the core values of the company culture and […] More
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