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Michael Johnson, chief technologist for the applied engineering and technology directorate of NASA“™s Goddard Space Flight Center, has said reliability issues associated with Cubesats would hamper NASA from advancing the use of such small satellites in some space missions, Space News reported Tuesday. “Because we cannot quantify the mission confidence of cubesat subsystems, we can“™t use […] More
Michael Johnson, formerly executive vice president and global business development manager at Parsons‘ transportation group, has been named president of the company’s infrastructure business unit. He succeeds Donald Graul, who has served in the role on an acting basis and will now focus on leading the construction unit as its president, Parsons said Wednesday. Johnson will […] More
Dr. Ray O. Johnson, formerly chief technology officer and senior vice president at Lockheed Martin, has joined Washington-based quantum computing analytics firm QxBranch as a member of the board of directors. “He brings deep insight into the underlying technology, the strategic needs of our customers and research partners, and relationships at the top level of […] More
NASA has awarded Science Applications International Corp a five-year, $170 million contract to carry out testing and maintenance on space systems and technological programs. The Reston, Virginia-based company said Tuesday that under the Systems and Software Assurance Services 2 contract, its team will conduct safety and mission assurance and mission protection activities, among other services. Michael LaRouche, […] More
Kate Johnson, a veteran technology executive, will join Lumen Technologies to serve as president, CEO and a board member, effective Nov. 7. She will succeed the retiring Jeff Storey, who will stay with the company through the end of December to facilitate the transition process, Lumen said Tuesday. Johnson spent four years at Microsoft, where […] More
Rick Rubin, senior vice president at Michael Baker International, has been promoted to regional director of the West region, covering the states of Arizona, California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah. The company said Monday the promotion is part of a company reorganization to establish business units on seven national and international corporate regions. “This reorganization will further […] More
All I can say is the 10 executives named last month to the ExecutiveBiz Beltway Game Changers list have to be feeling pretty good about their employment prospects in 2008. Yesterday, Dan Johnson was appointed President of General Dynamics Information Technology – effective April 1. In elevating Johnson from his previous role as EVP, I […] More
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has created an advisory committee to offer recommendations and guidance on events, policies and other matters related to INSA and its charitable organization. INSA said Tuesday the panel consists of 26 members who have held senior-level roles within the government or industry and previously served on former INSA advisory […] More
NASA has started to checkout and commission a small satellite that is designed to demonstrate the capacity of CubeSats to gather scientific data. The agency said Tuesday its ground controllers began checking out the Dellingr CubeSat a few hours after the spacecraft was launched into low-Earth orbit by a NanoRacks-built CubeSat deployer aboard the International Space Station on Nov. 20. […] More
Parsons has participated in a Massachusetts Institute of Technology program that seeks to establish industrial relationships between global companies and MIT. The company said Wednesday it conducted a kickoff meeting on June 26 with MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as part of the university“™s Industrial Liaison Program. Involvement in ILP would help Parsons“™ business units ““ federal, […] More
Parsons ha received a contract from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority to modernize a system that works to facilitate transportation data exchange between approximately 125 agencies across Southern California. The company said Wednesday it will provide technologies with big data analytics and reporting features for the Regional Integration of Intelligent Transportation System project. “Southern California has the most congested traffic […] More
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