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Federal discretionary spending decreased for the second straight year in 2012, representing the first time that part of the federal budget was reduced within the past 15 years, Deltek’s Kevin Plexico writes for the Washington Post. Plexico, vice president of federal information solutions, writes that two large contract vehicles saw delays in awards as a […] More
The National Contract Management Association has named Michael Fischetti, JD, CPCM, as executive director, officially taking the position on July 9, 2012. The NCMA is a professional resource in the field of contract management and the organization's committee for the executive director search was led by Elliott Branch, the organization's president. Fischetti most recently served with […] More
 HP released today a report that reveals the significant financial impacts of cyber attacks on businesses and government organizations. The Second Annual Cost of Cyber Crime Study revealed that the median annualized cost of cyber crime incurred by a benchmark sample of organizations was $5.9 million per year, with a range of $1.5 million to $36.5 […] More
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 nearly 25 percent of hackers […] More
Experts may be divided on the exact dangers of Stuxnet, which some dubbed the most sophisticated malware to date, but most agree it took the cyber threat to the next level. As opposed to a traditional cyber attack, Stuxnet was able to do actual physical damage, which opened a whole new can of (malware) worms. […] More
DLT Solutions is partnering with MXI Security to provide government agencies with MXI Security's FIPS 140-2 Level 3-certified MXI Stealth Keys and MXI Stealth HDs USB drives. MXI's portable storage devices offer data protection, secure environment, anywhere computing, strong authentication and manageability in portable and easy-to-deploy devices. Ensuring the security of transportable data is vital […] More
NetWitness Corporation has launched a new product portfolio featuring cloud-based offerings to meet expanding operational use cases for cloud-based services and transformational virtual data center architectures. With virtualization and cloud computing, the IT organization’s loss of “command and control” requires security teams to emphasize more on comprehensive network monitoring, precise and real-time threat detection, and […] More
Deltek, Inc. has a deal in place to purchase INPUT, Inc. for $60 million. INPUT focuses on helping firms identify and develop new business opportunities with government organizations. Acquiring INPUT is a landmark move for Deltek, said Kevin Parker, president and CEO of Deltek. “We are fully committed to investing in INPUT to expand its […] More
HP has signed a definitive agreement to buy security software firm ArcSight, for $43.50 per share, or an enterprise value of $1.5 billion. Combined, HP and ArcSight will deliver: A comprehensive view of all events across IT operations, security and compliance Deeper context: The ability to detect threats and risks by correlating both activity and […] More
PC World has listed 11 useful open-source applications small businesses should consider when shopping for office software. Instead of spending a small fortune on proprietary software, why not take advantage of these free to use, free to distribute and free to modify software? Here are PCWorld’s picks: 1. Office productivity: OpenOffice.org 3 features word processing, […] More
In a blog post from last week, Beth Noveck, Deputy Federal CTO for Open Government and head of Obama’s Open Government Initiative, lauded the release of agency open government plans, writing “innovation flourishes in an open environment, where we work collaboratively to share new ideas and ingenuity from a wide array of contributors for the […] More
The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently testing a wiki to streamline the process for bidding vendors.  The wiki will be tested on two requirements: data.gov and Clearpath. GSA is seeking input on a requirement to provide a data repository for data.gov and looking for input on the technical infrastructure for our Clearpath hosting and […] More
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