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The Florida Department of Children and Families has deployed a security control system from LexisNexis Special Services to protect the state’s Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program from being exploited by international fraudsters, News 6 reported Friday. The move is part of DCF’s efforts to prevent a potential rise in overseas scammers that would try to […] More
Phil Fuster, vice president of federal sales at Proofpoint, said he believes the Department of Defense should create and maintain a risk profile on their workforce, suppliers and contractors in order to be nimble and secure from cyberattacks. He told DefenseScoop in an interview that having a continuous risk profile specific to the DOD’s staff, […] More
The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 represents a major milestone in the United States’ efforts to revitalize domestic semiconductor chip manufacturing and re-establish our nation as a microelectronics powerhouse on the world stage.  The Department of Defense’s Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, Dr. David Honey, called the CHIPS Act a “hugely important […] More
A National Renewable Energy Laboratory-led international consortium has launched a five-year roadmap for the advancement of heliostat technology. NREL said Tuesday the Heliostat Consortium’s study flagged the issues related to research and use of heliostat technologies and laid out efforts on how to address them. The Advancing Heliostat Technologies for Concentrating Solar-Thermal Power: HelioCon Roadmap seeks to […] More
The State Department has tapped independent nonprofit organization CRDF Global to support an international initiative aimed at raising awareness of the peaceful uses of nuclear technologies. Under a $3.9 million cooperative agreement, CRDF will help the U.S. and U.K. governments in their joint effort that seeks to encourage sustained dialogue on the potential uses of […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has launched a pilot program aimed at expanding the Department of Defense’s access to companies cleared to work on classified military projects. DARPA said Wednesday the Bringing Classified Innovation to Defense and Government Systems program will sponsor a group of small businesses and entrepreneurs to connect with government personnel […] More
Global investment firm Carlyle completed its acquisition of ManTech International and took the government services contractor private through an all-cash transaction worth approximately $4.2 billion. ManTech said Wednesday it stopped trading on Nasdaq following the completion of the deal and that it will continue to operate through its Herndon, Virginia, headquarters. Stockholders at ManTech approved […] More
Tetra Tech has won a five-year, $100 million contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to analyze the effects of global climate change on human health and ecosystems. The company said Thursday it will aim to produce models of different climate scenarios and interactive geographic information system displays under the single-award contract. EPA also tasked the […] More
The U.S. military is looking into the future of 5G and succeeding broadband network generations to fortify its defense operations, Axellio CEO Scott Aken said in a podcast aired Tuesday. Aken discussed in an interview with Telecom Reseller the potential of 5G technology to advance the Defense Department’s multi-domain operations, from supply chains to surveillance […] More
The Small Business Administration is hosting the 10th year of its program that offers opportunities for women entrepreneurs to connect with federal agencies and government contractors. SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman kicked off the return of ChallengeHER Thursday, and was joined by representatives from Women Impacting Public Policy and American Express, co-sponsors of the national […] More
Two Six Technologies has released an open-source mobile application that works to calculate the central point of an in-person meeting while preserving the privacy of user information. Coffeebreak employs a cryptographic method called multiparty calculation to encrypt location data in Android devices of up to 10 meetup participants, Two Six said Monday. The source code […] More
The National Institutes of Health has awarded technology and engineering company ECS a spot on a potential two-year, $49 million contract for a range of financial, technical and administrative services. Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple-award contract, ECS will conduct business duties, enhance processes and streamline systems in support of eight various focus areas, the Fairfax, Virginia-based company said […] More
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