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GeoEye Inc. completed the last stage of design reviews for a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency satellite program, GeoEye announced Thursday. NGA approved the review for the agency’s EnhancedView program Jan. 26. GeoEye said the GeoEye-2 satellite will be fully operational by 2013. Carl Alleyne, GeoEye’s vice president of engineering, said NGA’s approval means the company’s system […] More
The role of the chief information officer for government contracting firms has grown to inhabit critical roles inluding budgeting and strategy, while continuing to require the same balance of serving clients with high demands inside the government and the company. For its winter winter edition, the staff at GovCon Exec magazine caught up with some […] More
In its 2011 winter issue, GovCon Exec Magazine published its annual list of government contracting executives and government officials who are poised to shape the industry in the upcoming year. Below, you’ll find the 12 members of the private sector who were awarded positions on the “15 to Watch in 2012”. For their public sector counterparts, check […] More
On Dec. 20, ExecutiveBiz reported that ITT Exelis and Northrop Grumman will partner to compete for an upcoming contract to improve radio communication within Army vehicles. In today’s Washington Post, Marjorie Censer writes that the team can expect stiff competition for the award as “contractors are lining up for a rare opportunity to win a spot on a military […] More
It has become evident of recent that agencies are beginning to refocus much of their spending toward cybersecurity related activity. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, for example, plans to increase cybersecurity research spending by 50 percent over the next five years, according to an ExecutiveGov report  As the government is making moves to spend […] More
The U.S. Army has increasingly tested communications networks as it looks to upgrade its capabilities, and three contracting firms have helped the service branch conduct exercises. ITT Exelis, recently spun-off from former parent ITT Corp., is currently demonstrating several communications at the Army’s Network Integration Exercise, according to a company release. Exelis is demonstrating the […] More
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