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The government contracting industry and its agency customers are both grappling with questions as to how they can keep pace with fast technology advancements as requirements and demands of users change with those trends. With the rapid development of new technologies, legal counsel is more important than ever. The general counsel executives in the government […] More
A Transparency Market Research report says worldwide cyber weapons could grow into a $521.9 billion market, largely because of government organizations’ efforts to secure critical infrastructure assets. The market intelligence firm said Tuesday defense and intelligence agencies use cyber weapons to deal with adversaries who conduct espionage, data theft and information technology sabotage activities. Defense cyber weapons generated nearly […] More
The global market for C4ISR – short for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance — is forecast to become a $133 billion industry by 2020, new research from ReportsnReports says. The market analysts said Monday that it expects the segment, currently valued at $102 billion, to have a compound annual growth rate of 4.52 percent […] More
TW Scott serves as vice president of Lockheed Martin’s national product line within the Bethesda, Md.-based aerospace and security contractor’s information systems and global solutions business area. In that role, Scott oversees the delivery of advanced technologies, analytics and services to domestic and international governments and customers in the intelligence community. Scott is also responsible […] More
Joe Carlin is a vice president for the Argon ST business within Boeing‘s electronic and mission systems division, which is a part of Boeing’s network and space systems business. Argon ST is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Boeing that became part of the electronic and mission systems division in September 2011, when the division was founded. […] More
Northrop Grumman will bring one of its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance planes to an international aerospace industry forum in Malaysia this week. The E-2D Advanced Hawkeye will be featured at the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition between March 26 and 30, Northrop said Tuesday. Malaysia is one of the first countries the U.S. government […] More
  Northrop Grumman‘s information systems sector has won a contract to design and develop hardware and software for a U.S. Air Force polar satellite system, the company announced Monday. The company will lead a team for the 18-month contract that includes General Dynamics, Raytheon, Boecore Inc., Pollere Inc., Monterey Technologies Inc., Meadowgate Technologies, Perales Consulting […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. and New York-based software integrator InfoTech Solutions will team up to provide intelligence analysis services to the Defense Intelligence Agency under a $5.6 billion contract. CTC said the Solutions for Intelligence II contract, or SITE II, includes an option to extend up to five years and covers professional support for security policymakers, […] More
Boeing and Orbital Sciences have completed construction of a communications satellite scheduled for launch Dec. 19, the companies announced Monday. Orbital designed, manufactured and tested the MEXSAT Bicentenario under a contract with Boeing, who will provide two larger satellites in a series scheduled for launch in 2013 and 2014. Orbital based the satellite’s design on […] More
As VP of C4ISR Networked Systems for Northrop Grumman, Ed Bush has responsibility for all C4ISR Enterprise and Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) mission processing programs within NGES that are executed in Baltimore, Maryland; Boulder, Colorado; Aurora, Colorado; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Dayton, Ohio; and Azusa, California. His programs integrate information from space, airborne and surface sensing […] More
The Marine Corps has selected a classified weapon to deploy on a Shadow unmanned aerial system, Aviation Week reports. The high-technology readiness weapon is expected to undergo field evaluation in Afghanistan on the AAI RQ-7B tactical drone. The Marines are slowly working to declassify the weapon so they can more easily test and deploy it. […] More
The role of the chief information officer for government contracting firms has grown to inhabit critical roles inluding budgeting and strategy, while continuing to require the same balance of serving clients with high demands inside the government and the company. For its winter winter edition, the staff at GovCon Exec magazine caught up with some […] More
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