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Executive Profile: Brent Greene, Applied Communication Sciences President and CEO

Brent Greene serves as president and CEO of Applied Communications Sciences where he is responsible for the global operations of the firm, its profit and loss, strategic planning and program execution. The 22-year defense industry veteran most recently served as president of Telcordia‘s advanced technology solutions business unit. Prior to that …

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Applied Communications Sciences Builds Mobile Connectivity, Data Storage Tools; Petros Mouchtaris Comments

Applied Communications Sciences has unveiled two platforms that seek to help customers address security issues when storing data in smart devices and connecting to mobile networks. Mobile Data Storage works to encrypt sensitive information used in the healthcare, emergency services, military and the financial services industries, ACS said Oct. 2. …

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Applied Communication Sciences Wins Army Mobile Net Program Extension; Sunil Samtani Comments

Applied Communication Sciences has won a contract option from the U.S. Army to continue developing network tools for a program to provide warfighters commercial smartphone technologies. The Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center started the Multi-Access Cellular Extension program to create an ad hoc network intended to fill in coverage gaps that …

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Executive Spotlight: Mike Kern on Applied Communication Sciences’ Move to the SI, Future of R&D

Mike Kern brings nearly 35 years of military, civilian and private sector experience to his role as Vice President of Washington Operations and Business Development at Applied Communication Sciences. Kern, a retired Air Force colonel and former Lockheed Martin executive, joined ACS in 2011 after serving as Director of Network …

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Vencore’s Mac Curtis: Applied Research to Distinguish ‘Perspecta’ From Other Govt IT Vendors

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore, has said the company’s applied research work would help differentiate Perspecta from other government information technology services contractors, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. Curtis will become CEO of Perspecta that will operate as a publicly traded company under the ticker symbol “PRSP” …

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Natl Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine Lands NASA Space Research Contract

The Washington-based National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has secured a potential five-year, $34 million contract from NASA to conduct studies within the domain of the space agency’s science and technology programs. NASA said Saturday the Space Studies Board indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers research designed to address various questions regarding space science, …

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Vencore Labs Continues ‘Applied’ Research Focus One Year Post-Launch; President Petros Mouchtaris on R&D Collaborations

The mission of Chantilly, Virginia-based contractor Vencore‘s internal technology development and engineering subsidiary remains the same year out from its initial rebrand and relaunch: transformative applied research for organizations in the government, utility and commercial arenas. More than 200 scientists, engineers and analysts now staff the Basking Ridge, New Jersey-headquartered Vencore Labs business and …

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Executive Profile: Tina Dolph, Info & Technical Solutions Group President at ASRC Federal

Tina Dolph serves as president of information and technical solutions operating division at ASRC Federal. In that role, she oversees the delivery of information technology, corporate, research and technology and data analytics support services to federal agencies. Dolph previously served as executive vice president of company operations and president of global …

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Deltek’s Alex Rossino: Army ITES-3S Vehicle to Be ‘More Heavily Utilized’ Than Predecessor

Deltek‘s Alex Rossino has outlined his analysis of the U.S. Army‘s spending on the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 2 – Services vehicle in an effort to help vendors prepare for the upcoming ITES-3S iteration in fiscal year 2015. “ITES-3S is expected to be even more heavily utilized than its predecessor due to the Army’s desire to push …

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ACS Picked for DOE Cyber Grant Program; Stan Pietrowicz Comments

Applied Communication Sciences has secured funding from the Energy Department to research, build and demonstrate technology intended to help prevent cyber attacks on the nation’s smart metering infrastructure. DOE has distributed $30 million in grants to awardees under an initiative to provide utilities security analytics and intrusion detection tools for detecting and …

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John Kimmins Appointed CTO for Catapult Consultants; William Senich Comments

John Kimmins, formerly an Applied Communication Sciences executive director of a cybersecurity consulting practice, has joined Catapult Consulting LLC as chief technology officer. The 40-year industry veteran will be responsible for developing strategies to expand Catapult’s information technology and cybersecurity offerings in his new position, the company said Wednesday. John …

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Top 100 Contracting Companies of 2011 Announced

Budget cuts, buyouts and numerous layoffs have challenged the defense contracting sector recently, but the industry remains one of the largest markets in the world. The 2011 Washington Technology Top 100 list of the top defense contracting companies has been released, reporting that the contractors on the list brought in …

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Army Sources for Virtual Health R&D Expertise

The U.S. Army is seeking market information regarding virtual health expertise in support of a medical simulation research effort. The virtual health area of the Medical Simulation and Information Sciences Research Program is intended to guide the research and development of VH technologies applicable in a multi-domain battlefield, the Army said Feb. 12 in a FedBizOpps notice.

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