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An Agile Defense-made automation tool for Security Technical Implementation Guides compliance was granted authority to operate on the networks of the Department of Defense. The company said Monday its DuroSuite is designed for security configuration audits and vulnerability remediation efforts as well as compliance with the Defense Information Systems Agency’s STIGs. According to Hector Collazo, […] More
Agile Defense has secured a more than five-year, $50 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army for information technology support services, cybersecurity as well as information assurance and information systems security. The Reston, Virginia-based contractor was tasked to support enterprise network, IT systems design, integration or consolidation, training and systems operation and maintenance under the […] More

Deloitte article says aerospace and defense companies should focus on four key areas to achieve digital transformation and one of those is implementing agile production and predictive quality controls in response to evolving demands. A&D companies should also create new business models, advance collaboration with the supply chain and protect data and intellectual property from cyber vulnerabilities, according to the article published Tuesday.

Chris McGlade, sector vice president of quality and operational excellence for defense systems at Northrop Grumman, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the continued development of the modern and future battlefield as well as how that mission influences the core value of the company culture. In addition, Chris McGlade discussed the uphill challenge of talent recruitment and […] More
Robert Geckle, chairman and CEO of Airbus U.S. Space & Defense, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the core values that drive the company’s culture as well as how Airbus is addressing the challenge of recruitment and talent retention in the highly competitive federal marketplace. In addition, Robert Geckle discussed the company’s strategic goals for the rest of 2022 […] More
Rick Lober, vice president and general manager of Hughes Defense, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the most critical capabilities that are being developed for U.S. military branches as warfighters continue to adapt to the proper training requirements to adapt to the latest emerging technologies. In addition, Rick Lober also discussed how recent partnerships have helped Hughes Defense to […] More
Definitive Logic has proposed five concepts to the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution Reform Commission to help improve the Department of Defense’s PPBE process and one of those is the need to start with Fortune 500-tested processes for financial planning. “Today’s Fortune 500-tested financial planning processes have a proven track record of allocating resources well […] More
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity and the U.S. Army Research Office have released a new broad agency announcement for computer architectures capable of addressing challenges in defense and intelligence data analysis. The Advanced Graphic Intelligence Logical computing Environment program will focus on research and development of intelligent mechanisms meant for information processing, transfer and […] More
Northrop Grumman and Defence Digital, a U.K. defense ministry organization, have entered into a digital enterprise agreement under which the company will provide Interoperable C4I Services as well as command and control technical consultancy. Katharine Sealy, director of national security solutions at Northrop’s U.K. business arm, said in a statement published Wednesday that the company […] More

George Franz and Ian Fogarty of Accenture Federal Services wrote in a guest piece published Friday on Breaking Defense that the Department of Defense should combine Agile software development with product management to speed up the development of weapons systems and help maintain U.S. edge in innovation and the country's global preeminence. “Done correctly, Agile Product Management achieves the speed and responsiveness to evolving needs provided by agile software development, while also helping to handle the complexities associated with suppliers/providers, large and complex integrations, and a wide ecosystem of stakeholders typically seen in mission critical defense and intelligence systems,“ Franz, a retired U.S. Army major general, and Fogarty wrote.

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