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Mike Gaffney is president of business development for CSC's North American Public Sector business unit. Here's his take on today's business development environment for government contractors: Return to Main Feature here. ExecutiveBiz: In the midst of insourcing, what markets will you be pursuing more than others? Mike Gaffney: Everyone has now recognized that cybersecurity has […] More
The field of cybersecurity is becoming increasingly relevant to discussions on national security. President Barack Obama placed cybersecurity in the forefront of his national security policy. In his speech May 29, 2009, Obama stated: “From now on, our digital infrastructure“¦will be treated as they should be: as a strategic security asset. Protecting this infrastructure will […] More
Cybersecurity expert at EDS ,an HP Company, Sam Chun, shared his views of FISMA, the new U.S. Cyber Command Center and where he believes the future of cybersecurity lies with TheNewNewInternet. Chun believes FISMA is outdated and inefficient. Lawmakers must begin to audit FISMA through dashboard technologies and also suggests a new ranking system be used during evaluations.  EDS, an HP […] More
Cloud computing has been generating a lot of ink lately, and not all of it favorable. A Government Computer News article recently called cloud computing a red herring in the government IT marketplace. What's missing from the conversation, what are the critics not considering? ExecutiveBiz recently brought those questions to Mike Bradshaw, federal team director […] More
Raytheon, which recorded more than $23 billion in revenue for 2008, announced recently it has settled on terms to purchase BBN Technologies, an R&D company involved in the development of the Internet. Raytheon is looking to build its capacity as a leading player in technology services to the government, alongside the likes of Northrop Grumman […] More
The 6th Annual Cyber Security Awareness Week, developed and run by students at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, is set to kick off later this month. The graduate students in the Information Systems and Internet Security Lab, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, developed a series of cyber-war games in which students from […] More
On Tuesday, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) announced that it had been awarded a contract by the Department of Defense’s Military Health System (MHS) worth $8.1 million. The contract, which runs for one year, obligates EDS to upgrade the system in an effort to improve MHS’s Defense Health Information Management Systems network and ultimately improve its […] More
With the change in administration and push toward insourcing, every contract executive’s job just got a little tougher. Challenges abound: Faster turnaround time for proposals, tightening federal budgets, new compliance guidelines, plus increasing competition for talent and bids. Add to the mix contentious debate over the definition of “inherently governmental services“ “” a conundrum exacerbated […] More
Three years ago, having wrapped up service with the Department of Defense, Steve Cambone set out to find a company whose breadth of experience in national security matched his own. He found it at QinetiQ North America. Since joining the McLean, Va.-based provider of systems engineering, IT solutions, and technology development in 2007, Cambone has […] More
The White House has announced an initiative that will make it mandatory for federal agencies to report compliance with cybersecurity regulations. This will be accomplished through a new software tool which will be released this month in a test version. The tool will collect information that is required under the Federal Information Security Management Act. […] More
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is planning to prioritize health IT reforms as it beings the process of reviewing proposals for its Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners contract. This is the third of its kind, the first two expire in December 2010. The contract’s term is 10 years and will award $20 […] More
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