Technology

Consulting Firm IT Partners to Offer Clients On-Site SAP Support Services

IT Partners Inc. will offer on-site consultation services to users seeking to integrate SAP products into their information technology infrastructures. During onsite visits, IT Partners personnel will help companies design and integrate custom applications into existing systems, the company announced Wednesday. The new service offering also covers maintenance options, deployment work and information about …

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Deb Alderson: Sotera’s $900M C5ISR IDIQ Spot Part of Charleston Market Push

Sotera Defense Solutions will develop tools and provide services for the U.S. Navy‘s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic under a potential $900 million contract. SPAWARSYSCEN intends for that equipment and work to help build, test and deploy C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, combat Systems, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance), information operations, enterprise …

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Stephen Pineau: Viscount Systems Targets Opportunity in Increased Security Requirements at Federal Facilities

Viscount Systems will deploy its access control technology and certification software to certain U.S. federal government facilities based in Maryland and Virginia. The undisclosed agency will use the company’s Freedom access control software and the VeriCert certification software at the sites, Viscount announced Thursday. As the U.S. government continues to …

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Northrop Surveillance Demo Plane Hits 100K Combat Flight Hours

Northrop Grumman‘s Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Demonstration aircraft has exceeded the 100,000-combat flight hour mark for the U.S. Navy since the aircraft’s initial six-month deployment in 2009. The Navy has used the BAMS-D to support maritime surveillance missions, Northrop said Wednesday. Capt. James Hoke, Triton program manager at the Naval Air …

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BAE Holds Prime Spot on DHS EAGLE II Contract

BAE Systems is one of 15 companies that hold a prime position on a potential seven year, $22 billion contract covering information technology services for the Department of Homeland Security. The company is competing to provide systems, software and related IT support to DHS under the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading …

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Unisys Completes Beta Testing for New Computing Platform

Unisys Corp. has completed the beta testing of its new enterprise computing platform with Aspasiel s.r.l., a Terni, Italy-based information technology solutions and infrastructure services company. During the testing, Unisys was able to migrate Aspasiel’s SAP ERP applications to the lower-cost Forward! by Unisys platform from IBM Power 770 mainframe …

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Northrop’s Hunter UAS Reaches 100K Combat Flight Hours

Northrop Grumman‘s Hunter unmanned aircraft system has surpassed 100,000 combat flight hours in service for the U.S. Army since the drone’s initial deployment in 1996. The Army has used the RQ-5A Hunter and the MQ-5B Hunter variant to support global contingency operations, Northrop Grumman announced Monday. MQ-5B Hunters are built …

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IT Jobhunting Website for Veterans Goes Live

The new website developed by the Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Consumer Electronics Association and Monster Worldwide to help veterans find work in the information technology sector is now live. USTechVets.org is designed with a skills translator to help users match their backgrounds with available jobs and built to contain a …

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