Monica Jackson

Cubic Mission Solutions Launches Updated Networking Modules at SOFIC 2018

Cubic’s mission solutions business unit has introduced at the 2018 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference the modified M3X networking modules from subsidiary DTECH Labs‘ product range. The San Diego, Calif.-based firm said Tuesday the updated modules feature a raised angle connector to interconnect without using an external Ethernet or power cable. The …

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AECOM, ARTBA Partner to Facilitate Safer Transportation Infrastructures; Matt Cummings Comments

Los Angeles, Calif.-based firm AECOM has agreed to support the American Road and Transportation Builders Association in boosting its efforts in developing and managing safer transportation sites. The engineering company said Thursday the agreement involves education and certification of AECOM employees which will result in earning the American National Standards …

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DARPA Selects Charles River Analytics to Develop Health Care Smartphone App

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected Cambridge, Mass.-based company Charles River Analytics to contribute to the development of an injury-detecting smartphone application under a four-year contract worth more than $15.5 million. The intelligent systems provider said Thursday it will work on the Health and Injury Prediction and Prevention …

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DoD Certifies CA Technologies Access Management System as Cybersecurity Tool

New York-based firm CA Technologies has received approval from the Defense Department to operate the CA Privileged Access Manager system as a cybersecurity tool. CA Technologies said Wednesday CA PAM is now included in the DoD Information Network’s Approved Product List and National Information Assurance Partnership’s Product Compliant List. Mordecai …

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Sikorsky Delivers 1st King Stallion Helicopter to Marine Corps; Dan Schultz Comments

Sikorsky Aircraft President Dan Schultz has said the company’s first CH-53K King Stallion delivery to the U.S. Marine Corps initiates the distribution of the new heavy-lift cargo helicopter, which will be used for combat and relief operations. “With 18 additional aircraft in various stages of production already, the entire Sikorsky …

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Cubic, 4C Strategies to Combine Training, Readiness Offerings; Dave Buss Comments

The global defense unit of Cubic has agreed to work with 4C Strategies again to develop and distribute modern training and readiness products and services to their shared clients. Cubic said Wednesday the new partnership will focus on customer feedback instead of a general proprietary approach. The two companies will combine quantitative …

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Adobe Receives FedRAMP ATO for Cloud SaaS Platforms

Adobe Systems has received permission through the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program‘s tailored baseline process to offer three of its cloud computing platforms to government customers. The company said Tuesday its agency authorization to operate covers the Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise, Adobe Document Cloud and Adobe Sign, all of which were screened through …

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Matt Desch: Private-Public Coordination Needed to Fix Current Space Debris Problem

Matt Desch, CEO of Iridium Communications, has said coordination between the private and public sectors is needed to resolve the current space debris problem, USA Today reported Monday. Desch believes the U.S. should lead efforts in space activities, especially in manufacturing satellites, as start-ups have started designing and launching satellites …

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