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Charles River Analytics has developed a training tool that will work to help soldiers further develop their first aid skills. The company designed the Pictorial Representations of Medical Procedures to Train for Effective Recall tool to help warfighters reduce the number of preventable deats battlefield, the company said Monday. PROMPTER was built for Charles River’s project […] More
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has won a contract to help South Korea’s aeronautics and space agency design, manufacture and test an instrument to measure transboundary pollutants over the Korean Peninsula and Asia-Pacific region. Under the contract, Ball Aerospace and the Korea Aerospace Research Institute will co-develop the Geostationary Environment Monitoring Spectrometer intended to provide […] More
Michael Isman serves as a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, leading business with the General Services Administration and Office of Personnel Management, among other civilian agencies. Isman also serves as a senior leader in the company“™s technology business and strategic technology and innovation center and presents offerings to federal customers in IT strategy, demand management and […] More
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp has integrated four new payloads and a spacecraft de-orbit module into the STPSat-3, according to a company statement.    “With a build time of 47 days for STPSat-3 and 18 days for integration, our spacecraft bus continues to demonstrate its rapid production and deployment capability,“ said David Taylor, Ball Aerospace president and […] More
Northrop Grumman Corp. won a $10,999,921 Air Force contract to provide technical and engineering support for the National Air and Space Intelligence Center. The Defense Department said on Monday the Falls Church, Va.-based contractor will operate the center’s databases, web-based products and related systems. The company’s space and mission systems unit will perform work in […] More
In its 2011 winter issue, GovCon Exec Magazine published its annual list of government contracting executives and government officials who are poised to shape the industry in the upcoming year. Below, you’ll find the 12 members of the private sector who were awarded positions on the “15 to Watch in 2012”. For their public sector counterparts, check […] More
Dr. Alan M. Title, physicist at Lockheed Martin“™s space systems advanced technology center was awarded the 2011 John Adam Fleming Medal. The medal is presented to an individual, “for original research and technical leadership in geomagnetism, atmospheric electricity, aeronomy, space physics, and related sciences,“ according to the release. This year it was presented at the […] More
Hewlett-Packard announced that it has expanded its enterprise security solutions portfolio to better address threats and potential liabilities from the rise of new technologies and social media. HP said that executives are demanding better security measures and cited a survey that found more than 50 percent of senior business and technology executives believe security breaches within […] More
SAIC Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President Dr. Amy Alving will be speaking at the third annual Plenary Panel of Technology Executives for the 10th annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, held Sept. 28-Oct. 2 in Atlanta, Ga. The Plenary Panel of Technology Executives will also include Kelli Crane, senior vice president […] More
Reports come across a CIO“™s desk every day. One in particular caught Mark Ives“™ eye. It was from a security professional at another organization. The report told of a cyber attack that had been identified but which continued for several hours within the company “” all because different departments were responsible for individual aspects of […] More
Yesterday, March 18, 2010, Microsoft hosted an event to help motivate future female leaders in technology in the Washington D.C. area. DigiGirlz was a full day dedicated to inspire young women between 8-12th grade to pursue careers in the technology industry and dispel any stereotypes around female roles in this field. Allison Cunard, Enterprise Services […] More
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