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Dave Shrum: QinetiQ NA to Help Northrop-Led Team Pursue Saudi Arabia Chopper Maintenance Program

Saudi Arabia’s national guard ministry plans to award a contract in September 2014 for maintenance work on 60 helicopters stationed in the country’s capital of Riyadh. QinetiQ North America said Thursday it is a member of a Northrop Grumman-led team competing for that contract and additional members include the PAE-owned subsidiary …

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Charles Sowell Discusses Salient Federal’s Role in Continuous Evaluation and the Future of Security Clearances

Charles Sowell serves as senior vice president in Salient Federal Solutions‘ system and software engineering solutions business unit, where he oversees work in the areas of security clearances, insider threat prevention and detection and big data analysis. He most recently served as deputy assistant director for special security for the Office of …

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Guest Post: Mel Greer, Senior Fellow & Chief Strategist, on Driving Innovation Via Federal Gamification

Dr. Melvin Greer serves as senior fellow and chief strategist for service-oriented architecture and cloud computing at Lockheed Martin, where he brings more than 25 years of experience leading systems and software engineering efforts to the contractor’s advanced technology office. Greer is a principal investigator in advanced research studies, and …

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Lockheed Hiring CEO for New Canadian Office

Lockheed Martin Corp. has opened a new corporate office in Ottawa to better serve the company’s Canadian partners and customers. According to a company statement, the new corporate presence will help strengthen customer relationships as the company develops domestic and international opportunities meant to create value for the company’s Canadian …

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Raytheon Opening California Public Safety Tech Research Facility

Raytheon will open a public safety technology research center Monday in Downey, Calif., near Los Angeles. Raytheon said the center will focus on developing open architecture and open communications standards to assist public safety agencies in their daily operations and incident response processes. Raytheon will demonstrate a vendor-neutral communications network …

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Salient Wins Air Force WRAP Contract to Provide Cybersecurity

Salient Federal Solutions was awarded a multi-year prime contract to impletement Assure6 product suite into the U.S. Air Force information technology systems. Salient’s Assure6 cybersecurity policy manager is built to detect and block malicious IPv6 attacks. It will assist the Air Force Networks in defense from costly cyber attacks generated …

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Expert: FBI Taps Hackers to Be Informants

The FBI and U.S. Secret Service have used the threat of prison to create an army of informers, resulting in nearly one in four hackers becoming a cyberspace snitch, according to experts who spoke to the Guardian. Eric Corley, who publishes hacker magazine 2600, told the U.K. newspaper he believes …

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Vatican Gets Google-Bombed

The Vatican was Google-bombed this weekend, with users conducting searches for the Vatican being routed to a site called www.pedofilo.com. The website’s name is the Italian word for paedophile, though Italian reports claim the website was based in Mexico, according to The Register. The attack appears to have been first …

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Navigating OCI

Lockheed Martin announced plans last week to sell most of its Enterprise Integration Group (EIG) and Pacific Architects and Engineers, Inc. (PAE) in order to stay ahead of government concerns about organizational conflicts of interest (OCI). “Through EIG, Lockheed Martin provides both systems and services to a broad range of government …

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