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Concurrent Technologies Corporation has been recognized by Washington Technology magazine as a Top 100 Government Contractor. This is the fourth time the firm has made the list with previous recognitions in 1997, 1998 and 2010. “With the changing economic climate and government budget cuts, CTC has been diversifying and expanding its interests into new areas,“ […] More
Concurrent Technologies and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory have received the Environmental Excellence in Transportation Award. Both were honored by the Society of Automotive Engineers for designing, validating and implementing laser coatings removal systems program. “This latest achievement validates CTC's efforts to lead the way with innovative coatings removal systems, engineering design and installation […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corporation has been awarded United States Patent No. 7,865,875 B2 for the “Programming Toolkit for Developing Case Management Software Applications,“ an intellectual property that provides software components that allow organizations to automate and streamline workflows, coordinate activities between organizations, and integrate data from multiple sources. Case management software allows multiple parties and systems […] 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
The Senate yesterday passed a bill on a 30-1 vote that would allow schools in Texas to ban bullying, both in person and online, The Associated Press reported. Houston state Sen. John Whitmire‘s bill SB205 requires schools to develop a policy to prohibit, prevent and punish students who bully others. In addition to adding a […] More
Seventy percent of compliance professionals feel their organizations are well or very well prepared to counter cyber attacks, however, their confidence decreases significantly when assessing other data breach threats, according to a new survey. More than half (61 percent) of the polled individuals in Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance […] More
Ed Sheehan is dedicated to service. Throughout his government contracting career, he has striven to provide the best for his company’s clients. Now, as president and CEO of the nonprofit Concurrent Technologies Corporation, Sheehan is even more determined to continue that stellar customer service. GovCon Executive recently spoke with Sheehan about his company, its unique […] More
SAIC announced this week it will showcase the company's solutions designed to improve quality, efficiency and safety of healthcare at the 2011 Annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference and Exhibition Interoperability showcase later this month. SAIC plans to demonstrate its healthcare repository for measuring and reporting patient care quality. The repository uses a […] More
The federal government has made significant progress in identifying who is responsible for complex cyber attacks, a fundamental first step in determining whether the United States should retaliate and whom to strike, anonymous officials told  The Associated Press. The growing cyber threat has prompted a greater governmentwide emphasis on collecting intelligence related to cyber crimes, […] More
A Maryland senator introduced legislation this week that would require the development and adoption of minimum cybersecurity standards to protect Americans from cyber crime and terrorism. The Internet and Cybersecurity Safety Standards Act, crafted by Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, D-Md., would require the federal government and industry to collaborate to develop minimum Internet standards for […] More
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