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A Raytheon Technologies business will serve as a founding sponsor of the US Cyber Games & Team led by woman-owned small business Katzcy in partnership with the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education. “We firmly believe in the importance of investing in the future of cybersecurity, and that future is […] More
Geographic information system software provider Esri has created a desktop application for intelligence analysts and other government users to visualize, integrate and share data from multiple sources. ArcGIS AllSource is designed to combine time- and location-based disparate data that can support pattern assessments of defense, public safety and national or enterprise security events, the company […] More
Northrop Grumman will help the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate update its intelligence information platforms under a potential $406 million contract. The company said Tuesday it will support the service’s Intelligence Systems Infrastructure, Tools and Enhancements program through the contract. InSITE seeks to help AFRL/RI modernize its capabilities to collect, share and analyze intelligence […] More
Cybersecurity firm Invictus was named as the awardee of a potential eight-year contract to handle the information technology upgrade of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s top-secret Joint Worldwide Intelligence Collection System, Defense News reported Friday.  Under the contract, the Washington, D.C.-based, veteran-owned business will concentrate on replacing outdated infrastructure, enhancing cybersecurity and ensuring that the modernized […] More
Two geostationary satellites that Maxar Technologies built for Intelsat unfolded their solar arrays and started transmitting signals and commissioning activities on orbit following their launch Tuesday aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Arianespace’s launch site in French Guiana. The Galaxy 35 and Galaxy 36 satellites will enable Intelsat to transfer its services as the Federal […] More
Robert “Weeds” Wedertz, former chief strategy officer at health care management and technology consulting firm ARDX, has started a new role as chief operating officer of Jazz Solutions‘ defense and intelligence business. In his new capacity, Wedertz will be responsible for helping shape Jazz’s organizational vision, operational strategy and resource planning framework in support of […] More
Kathleen Robinson is a general manager and sales director for Intel’s business with federal system integrators and the defense industrial base. She  spoke with ExecutiveBiz about the strategic importance of Intel’s partner programs, the recently passed CHIPS Act, and the five “superpowers” of opportunity in our latest Executive Spotlight interview. You can read the full interview with […] More
Intel has chosen Bechtel to build semiconductor factories in New Albany, Ohio, as part of the chipmaker’s $20 billion expansion plan in the state. The deal covers design and build services for 2.5 million square feet of production and clean room space, which is the first phase of the Intel Ohio project, Bechtel said. The […] More
Brad Tousley, vice president for strategy and technology at Raytheon Intelligence Space, became the recent addition to the Defense Science Board, according to his LinkedIn post on Tuesday. The board is comprised of former senior military government officials, as well as industry and academia leaders who provide the Department of Defense with advice and recommendations […] More
Andrew Hallman, vice president of national security strategy and integration at Peraton and a previous Wash100 awardee, said agencies within the intelligence community looking to use emerging technologies to maintain their edge over adversaries should develop a secure digital foundation by transitioning to secure cloud environments that could help them make better use of data. […] More
Parsons will conduct intelligence software systems support work for the U.S. Army Operations and Intelligence Division of the C5ISR Center under a three-year, $49 million task order.  The award was made under the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services procurement vehicle, an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract where Parsons was among the 198 awardees, the company said Wednesday.  Parsons […] More
Lockheed Martin and Intel have implemented 5G communications capabilities on flight-ready hardware using commercial 5G standards and open systems architecture as part of efforts to improve connectivity and accelerate decision-making for military operators across domains. Bethesda, Maryland-based Lockheed said Monday it integrated a 5G Core and Open Radio Access Network technology into its 5G.MIL Hybrid […] More
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