Neel Mehta

Students Complete General Atomics’ DOE-Sponsored Science Undergraduate Lab Internship Program

A new batch of General Atomics summer interns has completed the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship program that the Energy Department‘s office of science has financed as a program sponsor. The company said Friday 10 interns worked at its DIII-D magnetic fusion energy facility and inertial fusion technologies program to support the advancement of fusion …

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Antonio Rucci Joins Information International Associates as Info Security Program Chief

Antonio Rucci, owner and principal of Insider Threats Consulting, has been named head of the information security program at Information International Associates. Bonnie Carroll, founder and CEO of IIa, said Rucci's experience in program management, cybersecurity governance and policy development will help IIa expand its threat intelligence footprint, build up …

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Kevin McDonald Joins Chemring’s Ordnance Subsidiary as Programs VP

Kevin McDonald, former vice president of operations at National Technical Systems, has been appointed vice president of programs at Chemring Group subsidiary Chemring Ordnance. Chemring said Tuesday McDonald previously served as senior general manager for General Dynamics‘ ordnance and tactical systems large caliber operations business with responsibility over a demilitarization center and two government-owned, contractor-operated facilities. His career at General …

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Executive Profile: Lisa Dezzutti, Founder and President of Market Connections

Lisa Dezzutti is the founder and president of Market Connections, a Chantilly, Virginia-based market research firm. Dezzutti has been instrumental in Market Connections' efforts to provide views and trends to government executives and contractors. Market Connections publishes the annual federal media and marketing study and conducts the PulsePolls survey of the …

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First Command Appoints Retired Navy, Marine Corps Officers to Military Advisory Board

Retired military officers Alford McMichael and Charles Clarke have joined First Command Financial Services as members of the company’s military advisory board. McMichael and Clarke will provide independent advice on military trends and the financial needs and products and services that affect military families as part of First Command’s 10-member board, the company …

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Data Systems Analysts Secures Spot Under Navy SeaPort-e IDIQ

Data Systems Analysts has been awarded a position under the U.S. Navy‘s SeaPort-e indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to compete for professional support services task orders. DSA said Monday it will offer support services for the Naval Sea Systems Command’s program executive offices, directorates, warfare centers and field activities that use the NAVSEA SeaPort Enhanced Contract. …

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ISC Govt Advisory Council Adds 8 New Members; Dan Waddell Comments

ISC has added eight government and industry professionals to the nonprofit organization’s U.S. Government Advisory Council. Members of the council advise the ISC executive management team on cybersecurity-related government policies and programs as well as professional certification matters, ISC said Tuesday. The USGAC also sponsors community outreach initiatives such as the ISC Government Information Security …

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DoD Names 15 Employer Support Freedom Award Recipients

The Defense Department presented 15 public and private organizations with the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Awards during a ceremony held Friday at the Pentagon. DoD said Friday the awardees were chosen from the 2,424 nominations made by U.S. Guard and Reserve employees and recognized for their programs that aid …

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Lockheed, University of Colorado Partner on RF Tech Education Programs

Lockheed Martin and the University of Colorado-Boulder have partnered to implement academic programs focused on space-based radio frequency technology. The company said Thursday it will invest $3 million in the partnership over four years and the Lockheed Martin Radio Frequency Research Center will collaborate with the university to develop curriculum to train future space …

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IBM Awards Grants for Five Healthcare Projects; Jen Crozier Comments

IBM has selected five domestic and international organizations to receive public health-related pro bono consulting services worth a total of $2.5 million under the company's Health Corps program. The winning projects aim to provide chemotherapy medicines in sub Saharan Africa, track and control Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases in Taiwan and Panama, perform health …

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