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HP Makes Final Cut with AFI Filmmakers

The AFI Conservatory, the American Film Institute’s Master of Fine Arts program, is now using HP Workstations to create its next cinematic projects. The 20 HP Z 800 Workstations feature 3-D, animation, stop-motion video, and breakthrough lighting, sounds and background capability. The same workstations were used in the creation of …

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CGI Takes Home Top Government Contracting Award

CGI has been deemed the Contractor of the Year in the over $300 million category at the 8th Annual Greater Washington U.S. Government Contractor Awards, the company announced. Other winners included A-T Solutions for the $75-$300 million category; Buccaneer Computer Systems & Services in the $25-$75 million category; and Blue …

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SAIC Collaborates with UMD to Promote Cyber Education, Tech Development

Science Applications International Corporation has teamed up with the University of Maryland to support efforts that promote education, research, and technology development in cybersecurity. SAIC will coordinate and share cyber-related research between the UMD Cybersecurity Center and SAIC’s Cyber Innovation Center to leverage each center’s resources, alliances and diverse perspectives …

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SAIC Works toward STEM Education for Women

SAIC has donated $25,000 to the Women’s Memorial Foundation, part of the Women In Military Service For American Memorial honoring the 2.5 million women who have served in the armed forces. An addition $10,000 donated by SAIC will support the foundation’s advisory board on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) …

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CRGT CEO Ferrando Gives Perspective on M&A

Mergers and acquisitions activity has been racing throughout the government contracting world lately. CRGT, an expert in emerging technology solutions, recently acquired managing and consulting firm Johnston McLamb (JM). CRGT President and CEO Tom Ferrando provided ExecutiveBiz a micro view of the M&A moves in the industry. With street-level detail …

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Northrop Grumman's Cyber Academy Promotes Safer Surfing

To mark the beginning of the National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Northrop Grumman is launching several initiatives highlighting efforts to promote a safer cyber future. “Securing our critical infrastructure demands a dedicated workforce and cutting-edge technologies,” said Linda A. Mills, corporate vice president and president of Northrop Grumman Information Systems …

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Lawmakers: US Won't Stop 'Jihadi Websites'

Chairman of the House Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade Subcommittee said it was doubtful anything “useful” would come of trying to shut down extremist websites, Agence France Presse reports. Instead, “it is more likely we will tie ourselves up in knots,” said Brad Sherman (D-Calif.), because of the complicated considerations over …

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A Sneak Peek into National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

With National Cyber Security Awareness Month just around the corner, public and private sectors have already begun offering sneak peaks into what will transpire in October to educate citizens on safe and secure Internet use. NCSA, along with the Department of Homeland Security and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis …

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White House Unveils Challenge.gov

The White House has launched the new Challenge.gov, an online tool provided by the General Services Administration that allows federal agencies to post contests aimed at increasing public involvement with the government. As part of the Obama administration’s call for an open government, agencies were called upon to leverage challenges …

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