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Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC and The MITRE Corporation are among the 16 government contractors who are collaborating with Northern Virginia Technology Council to conduct a 60-day pro-bono assessment of Arlington National Cemetery’s processes and technology. The effort seeks to identify and develop solutions to restore America’s confidence in the integrity of Arlington National Cemetery. Upon […] More
Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC and The MITRE Corporation are collaborating with 13 other members of Northern Virginia Technology Council to conduct a 60-day pro-bono assessment of Arlington National Cemetery’s processes and technology. The purpose of the initiative is to identify and develop solutions to restore America’s confidence in the integrity of Arlington National Cemetery. At […] More
Rick Marcotte is president and chief executive officer of DLT Solutions. As leader of the company, he makes sure his employees receive a well-rounded work environment by instituting a culture of employee accountability, collaboration and philanthropy. To create an infectious spirit of social consciousness at DLT, this “CEO Who Cares” places a large emphasis on […] More
This week, BAE Systems teamed with Freedom PST for new data centers. General Dynamics acquired Kylmar (KMC) Limited, a firm specializing in the design and manufacture of sensor and optical-surveillance systems for military and security applications. Salient Federal Solutions acquired SGIS from Skillstorm. And Boeing announced it had agreed to acquire defense-equipment maker Argon ST […] More
In its June 2010 MessageLabs Intelligence Report, Symantec highlighted how the amount of spam related to the keywords of soccer and football since March 2010 has reached 25 percent of overall spam as the World Cup continues. Holidays such as St. Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas are occasions that receive a great deal of […] More
Defense Secretary Robert Gates had five meetings with U.S. partners at the ‘Shangri-La Dialogue’, the annual Asia security summit. According to the press release, Gates requested the five countries to assist in the efforts to train the Afghanistan’s security forces. It was his hope that the meetings would strengthen the relationships between the U.S. military […] More
The Internet is the global communications and information infrastructure that provides the medium for communication and computation that facilitates the provisioning of numerous applications and infrastructure services, including e-mail, on-line banking, data storage, and quantum computing power.  It brings with it promises of economic development and prosperity, scientific discovery, increased political participation, and ever changing […] More
The U.S. Army has confirmed a laptop stolen from an employee of the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command over Thanksgiving weekend contained the personal data of around 42,000 military family members. The command became aware of the breach Dec. 1 and has been investigating to ascertain the extent of the breach. Last week, […] More
John Hillen will have some interesting conversation for his Thanksgiving table this year: his company, Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. held its IPO Friday.  This is the first IPO in government contracting since SAIC went public on October 10th, 2006. According to a press release, Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. will use the […] More
The announcement of cyber coordinator may be near. At least that’s what a source tells Federal Times. And it’s a toss-up between two contenders “” ISF President Howard Schmidt and former Assistant Defense Secretary Frank Kramer. The source goes on to say the announcement may come around Thanksgiving “”  effectively ending speculation that’s persisted since […] More
Change of administration is always a challenging time for government contracting as the markets realign in anticipation of where spending will flow and how to best position for the upcoming priorities. The Obama administration change is no exception with Military shifting from hard resources to soft, traditional defense firms shifting from projecting physical space to […] More
Curious who played a leading role in the federal IT community in 2008? Federal Computer Week has named K. Stuart Shea, president of the Intelligence, Security and Technology Group at Science Applications International Corporation, to its list of leaders in that space. Shea is among 100 individuals from government, industry, and academia who will be […] More
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