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Mark Danisewicz, chief financial officer of AMERICAN SYSTEMS, recently spoke with GovCon Executive about regulatory requirements and other industry challenges. “You can spend a lifetime building your reputation as a great contractor, but that reputation can be ruined in a moment if you let down your guard.“ Fortunately, for AMERICAN SYSTEMS“”a well-established government contracting firm […] More
AT&T, Raytheon, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and others have contributed more than $6.5 million to digitize the newly launched President John F. Kennedy online archive of papers, photographs and recordings. The records are vast: They include more than 200,000 pages, 300 reels of audio tape, 300 museum artifacts, 72 reels of film, and […] More
Hackers have been a part of Hollywood’s movie-making tradition for decades, and while real-life ones tend to have bad reps, Hollywood counterparts are often depicted as heroes whose valiant efforts save the world and humankind. To get in touch with your inner geek and to celebrate the release of “TRON: Legacy,” here is a top […] More
A man in England was baffled to find himself the target of Yemeni assassins who claimed to have been hired to “terminate” him with extreme prejudice. Charles Anderson told The Register he received an email from a “Gladlord Mohammed” informing him that “i have being paid $200,000.00 in advance to terminate you with some reasons […] More
This week, Northrop Grumman won a deal to support the county sheriff in Idaho; Lockheed Martin nabbed a contract from the Naval Air Systems Command. SAIC was awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement to provide research and development support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center crane division; Boeing subsidiary Tapestry Solutions won a deal to provide […] More
Data breaches relating to healthcare have risen sharply in the past year, outstripping other industries, according to a new report. The 2010: Identity Theft Resource Center reports shows data stores in the healthcare industry experienced three times more data breaches than the financial industry. “Healthcare database technology is still older and a lot of it […] More
PC World has listed 11 useful open-source applications small businesses should consider when shopping for office software. Instead of spending a small fortune on proprietary software, why not take advantage of these free to use, free to distribute and free to modify software? Here are PCWorld’s picks: 1. Office productivity: OpenOffice.org 3 features word processing, […] More
A Seattle cybersecurity professional is accusing Seattle police of concealing the videotape of his arrest following a drunken sidewalk game of golf in October 2008, according to Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Eric Rachner was arrested when he refused to give identification to Seattle Police Officer Michele Letizia. Rachner was part of a group of people who had […] More
A member of Anonymous, a loose coalition of hackers, was sentenced yesterday in New York Criminal Court in connection with a Jan. 8, 2009, attack on the Church of Scientology of New York. Last January, a shirtless Mahoud Samed Almahadin, aka Matt Connor, covered in Vaseline and toenail clippings entered a Manhattan-based Church of Scientology […] More
DC rolled out its Open311 initiative. Red tape is stalling the DOE’s stimulus spending. Kathleen Sebelius announced the HHS’ “Communities Putting Prevention to Work“ initiative. Robert A. Harding was picked by Obama to head the TSA Alion“™s Bahman Atefi commented on the company’s new General Counsel, Thomas McCabe. NATO officials are worried about the Chinese […] More
Lockheed Martin Corporation has announced the donation of a class 10,000 clean room to the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project (LOIRP). The clean room will help protect the refurbished 1960’s era Ampex FR-900 tape drives from NASA’s Ames Research Park Building 596 aka “McMoons”, originally constructed to house a McDonalds restaurant. In the 1960’s these […] More
Earlier this year, it was widely reported that the Twitter accounts of prominent American figures ranging from Britney Spears to President Barack Obama were hacked, causing fake tweet’ to be displayed under the victims’ accounts. With the recent hacking of Twitter account holder Guy Kawasaki, former Apple fellow and managing director of Garage Technology Ventures, The New New […] More
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