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Q&A | You know that GPS on your dashboard? You may have Karlu Rambhala to thank for keeping it on track. As president and CEO of Avineon, a global technology company specializing in information technology, geospatial, and engineering services for government and private industry, Rambhala has overseen Avineon’s increased focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) […] More
WEB 2.0 & MILITARY | Recently, we all heard the US Marine Corps banned the use of Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace for its active soldiers. So far, the reaction is mixed. “Banning such innovation seems like an archaic, knee-jerk response and I imagine in the not-to-distant future the militaries of [a] country like the US […] More
Senator Collins (R-ME) has asked Melissa Hathaway, acting senior director for cyberspace at the White House, for a copy of her resignation letter. Senator Collins, a senior ranking member on the Senator Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, has also requested that her staff members interview Hathaway regarding why she is leaving the Obama Administration. […] More
The Wall Street Journal reported late today that Melissa Hathaway, current acting Senior Director of Cyberspace for the National Security and Homeland Security Councils, is stepping down from her post. Hathaway said she took herself out of the running as President Obama’s first offical cyber coordinator over two weeks ago, citing personal reasons. A former […] More
National Interest Security Company, LLC has brought on two new team members to expand its intelligence, defense and homeland security services. Thomas Behling, former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, and Francis C. “Luke“ Lukenbill, a former National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Major Program Manager will be joining NISC.  Behling is now NISC’s senior vice president of […] More
After the massive amount of Twitter hacking attempts earlier this week the question must be asked: is cyber hacking the fault of an individuals lack of password security, or is the social networking provider to blame?  Gartner analyst John Pescatore notes, “Twitter and most of Google Apps until, say, 18 months ago, were built as consumer-grade services to […] More
NJVC used their annual golf tournament to raise $14,000 for Laptops for the Wounded, a program that helps wounded soldiers use laptops to communicate with their friends and family back home. The golf tournament was held June 26 and its 150 participants included the president and CEO of Laptops for the Wounded, Phil Drouin, as […] More
NJVC, a leading information technology provider to the US Department of Defense, has promoted Chris Anderson to the position of Chief Financial Officer from his former position as NJVC’s vice president of finance. In his new role as NJVC chief financial strategist Anderson will oversee the accounting, budgeting and forecasting, cash management, financial risk, long-term planning, program control, performance metrics, and strategic pricing for […] More
Microsoft HealthVault has expanded to include the offerings of iGuard.org, an online program to track prescription medicine interactions. iGuard.org is a free, personal drug monitoring program. The Health 2.0 software sends email alerts for any drug interactions, side effects, or treatment duplication based on the prescription and over-the-counter medications that consumers enter in to the program. It […] More
Although experts believe it could take weeks to find out who hacked into US and South Korean government websites, as well as prominent South Korean Banks and the Nasdaq, considering the timing and the victims of the attacks, North Korea is the prime suspect.  The denial-of-service attacks slowed down computers and some are reported to have Trojan-malware elements, but […] More
On July 4th United States government computers were hacked by unknown persons. The computer attacks effected the US Department of Treasury, the Federal Trade Commission, the Transportation Department, the Secret Service and other government agencies. Reports have also surfaced indicating the attack spread as wide as the Pentagon and the New York Stock Exchange. It is unclear how many denile-of-service […] More
Gerry Connolly (D) is the freshman Congressman from Virginia’s 11th District, including parts of Fairfax and Prince William Counties.  He replaced Tom Davis (R) after Tom’s retirement last year, and has some big shoes to fill as an advocate for the GovCon community.  Here are some highlights from our interview: I think there's a looming personnel […] More
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