Elizabeth Leigh

Array Lands AF Supply Chain Data Systems Modernization Contract; Mark Douglas Comments

The U.S. Air Force has chosen Array Information Technology to upgrade the data systems that back the supply chain platform the military branch uses to support its aerial combat missions. The company said Tuesday it will work with NTT Data, PracTrans and TSRI to make enhancements to the Air Force Integrated Logistics System-Supply, which delivers mission-related …

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Louisiana Extends IT Services Contract With CGI; Dave Henderson, Richard Howze Comment

CGI will continue to provide information technology services for Louisiana’s Road Home and other disaster relief initiatives following the renewal of its contract with the state’s Office of Technology Services division of administration. Road Home is a housing recovery effort run by the office of community development disaster recovery unit that offers financial …

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Four Points Technology Picks Dell for GSA IT Contract Vehicle; Joel Lipkin Comments

Four Points Technology has tapped Dell Software to provide information technology tools and technical support services for federal agencies as part of its supply service contract with the General Services Administration. With Dell as its partner, the award will allow the Virginia-based service-disabled veteran-owned small business to cater to its …

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Indian Institute of Science Adopts Cray’s Petaflop Supercomputer; Nick Gorga Comments

Cray has installed a petaflop supercomputer at the Indian Institute of Science Supercomputing Education and Research Center in Bangalore to aid SERC research initiatives focused on high-performance computing. The company said Monday the Cray XC40 supercomputer, dubbed SahasraT, is equipped with Intel Xeon processors, Dragonfly topology, Aries interconnect technology, DataWarp optional platforms, cooling systems and NVIDIA …

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US Air Force Awards $42M Consulting, Intell Acquisition Task Order to LinQuest

LinQuest has secured a five-year, $42 million task order to provide consulting, systems engineering, intelligence gathering and technical acquisition services for the space situational awareness and advanced systems units of the U.S. Air Force’s Space Superiority Systems Directorate. The company will also perform baseline management, improvement planning, testing and assessment …

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Elma Electronic Unveils Cisco-Certified Routers for Defense, Emergency Response Missions

Elma Electronic has launched a series of Cisco-certified fanless routers designed to facilitate secure transmission of data, video and voice communications across wired and wireless systems during military, disaster recovery, emergency response and other mission-critical operations. The SWaP-optimized S50E-1 Rugged Cisco 5915 router is equipped with a rugged chassis design and …

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Air Force Research Lab Seeks to Develop High-Power Electromagnetics-Based Weapons

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory has released a broad agency announcement focused on advancing the development of high-powered electromagnetics for directed energy-powered weapon systems under its five-year, $140 million High-Powered Electromagnetics research program, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Wednesday. John Keller writes AFRL plans to use the HPEM initiative to push …

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BlackBag Receives In-Q-Tel Investment for Digital Forensics Software; Steve Bowsher Comments

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In-Q-Tel — the CIA‘s venture capital arm — has made an investment in BlackBag Technologies to help the San Jose, California-based company further develop its digital forensic analysis platform for use in U.S. intelligence missions. BlackBag designed its forensics software to help law enforcement officials to analyze information acquired from mobile devices …

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