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ECS has secured a five-year, $36.7 million contract to support U.S. Central Command in mission areas such as command and control, information sharing, knowledge management and security cooperation. The Fairfax, Virginia-based company said Thursday it will provide supervision, subject matter expertise, personnel and support to the C2 division within CENTCOM’s operations directorate. Subject matter experts […] More
ECS has partnered with fellow artificial intelligence company Calypso AI to broaden its AI testing capabilities using the latter’s safety and security software, and further support U.S. federal government customers. The partnership will expand agencies’ access to testing and evaluation capabilities meant to help them develop and deploy trusted and responsible AI technologies, a joint […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 7, 2021 — Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) has named Todd Borkey chief technology officer and Chris Bishop as chief growth officer of the military shipbuilder’s technical solutions division after it closed the acquisition of Alion Science and Technology, GovCon Wire reported Aug. 26. “Alion is a perfect complement to our […] More
Top technology executives from Microsoft‘s federal arm have outlined how the industry can help government agencies realize President Joe Biden’s executive order on cybersecurity, Federal News Network reported Friday. Steve Faehl, chief technology officer of security at Microsoft Federal, said the government has many areas of improvement essential to achieving modernized cybersecurity. These areas include […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 26, 2021 — George Wilson, president of ASGN company ECS, has commented on ASGN’s acquisition of IndraSoft, a Reston, Virginia-based provider of cyber analytics, DevSecOps, cloud, cybersecurity, digital transformation and other enterprise information technology services in support of government agencies, GovCon Wire reported July 19. “The acquisition of IndraSoft deepens our […] More
ECS Federal has secured a three-year, $68.9 million contract from the U.S. Army for the design and development of new ways to approach artificial intelligence algorithms. Work under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract will take place in Fairfax, Virginia, through June 30, 2024, the Department of Defense said Wednesday. The Army’s contracting arm held an online, competitive […] More
Executives at Raytheon Technologies‘ intelligence and space business have discussed how moving from vendor lock and closed systems to an open-systems architecture could help the U.S. military address challenges associated with processing signals intelligence data. Raytheon Intelligence and Space officials believe an open-systems architecture could enable a data-centric model that is vital to modernizing the […] More
The Professional Services Council has welcomed five new board members from AAR, CGI Federal, General Dynamics‘ information technology business, Jefferson Consulting Group and Science Applications International Corp. The executives will help drive the 80-member group as the national trade association works to connect federal government contractors and represent players in the government technology and professional […] More
Aaron Burciaga, vice president of artificial intelligence at ECS, said the government requires more understandable artificial intelligence as it increasingly adopts the use of machine learning to drive data-centric operations. Several agencies including the Department of Defense’s Joint AI Center have commenced a number of efforts that speed up the government’s AI and ML implementation, […] More

Lockheed Martin’s space business hired 2,700 employees and 700 interns in 2020 and executives discussed in an interview about the company’s college hiring and other recruitment initiatives amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Nick Spain, vice president for human resources at Lockheed Martin Space, said the company partners with universities, including minority-serving institutions and historically Black colleges and universities, to recruit potential candidates.

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