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This is the year of aggressive competition. Tightening federal budgets, plus the insourcing push, are proving as much. But while many say government contracting is entering a lean, mean next couple years, there’s still plenty of market opportunity. The trick is knowing who’s changing the game “” and setting the terms “” so you can […] More
Wes Bush commented on his company’s move to Virginia. Lockheed Martin and Harris won DoD deals. Slipping through the filter: the effectiveness of web filtering. The UK is following in the U.S.’s footsteps with its new cyber competition. Malware accounts for 73% of cyber attacks in the U.S. The GSA named Kathleen Turco Head of […] More
The FCC stepped into the cybersecurity arena this week. The Indian Army needs to be better equipped to fight cyber attacks. Qwest and CenturyLink finalized merge agreements. Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin claimed DoD deals. President Obama delivered a speech on Wall Street. It’s Earth Day! CIO Vivek Kundra wants better cybersecurity. More
TASC announced five additions to their leadership team Lockheed Martin won three contracts from the Navy while Northrop Grumman also secured one as well CIA Director Panetta warned that a cyber attack could be the next “Pearl Harbor” Michael Robertson was named as the new Chief of Staff at the GSA Secretary Gates said that […] More
This week, Northrop Grumman won a contract from the Navy and Lockheed Martin won three, BAE, L-3 and General Dynamics penned contracts with the Navy as well. Cobham inked a contract with the Department of Justice, while Northrop, Booz Allen and Boeing secured deals with the Air Force. SAIC won a deal to support the […] More
Obama has nominated a CMS Administrator, Dr. Donald Berwick. NASA continues to track the volcano eruption in Iceland that has snarled international air travel. Wind turbines are a threat to national security, says a NORAD General. A computer virus shut down border crossings. USAF CENTCOM is looking to L-3 to secure its networks. Fake antivirus […] More
According to an open letter from last Tuesday signed by Neil Armstrong, Commander of Apollo 11; James Lovell, Commander of Apollo 13 and Eugene Cernan, Commander of Apollo 17, President Obama’s proposed overhaul of NASA is “devastating” to U.S. space exploration efforts.  The letter echoed sentiments voiced last year by the Augustine Commission on Space […] More
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. […] More
This week, AT&T won a deal from the EPA, while Serco and ManTech both signed task orders from the Navy, as did Alion. General Dynamics booked a deal with the Army, while SAIC won a pair. VSE got a follow-on for work in Eygpt, while Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon were granted work from […] More
DHS is publishing a report giving cyber experts an in-depth look at a botnet. The Navy is tweaking its social media policy. Cyber bodyguards are setting up in Switzerland. Google will update its social media network’s (Google Buzz) privacy. The Air Force is restricting BlackBerry use by service personnel. Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon […] More
Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly central to the public debate surrounding homeland security and defense operations. The private sector, particularly government contractors, are heeding the call and are positioning themselves as integral partners in the cybersecurity efforts taking place in the federal government, according to an article in Aviation Week. “Demand is growing with awareness, and […] More
This week, G&B’s Jackie Everett was named to the GITEC advisory committee, while Lockheed Martin named Christopher Gregoire VP and controller. D.C. CTO Bryan Sivak discussed his shift from private business to the public sector and the Chertoff Group announced some key additions. GeoEye named Chris Tully SVP of Sales, NJVC selected Michael Planert to […] More
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