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Daily Government Contracting Recap- May 17, 2010

BAE, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, SAIC and six other firms won a piece of a $6.6 billion contract with the Department of Defense Amy King of Northrop Grumman discussed the firm’s contract win with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Researchers discovered a way to hack into …

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Regional CEOs Discuss Success of Employee Wellness Strategies

Panel of Regional CEOs Discuss the Success of Employee Wellness Strategies Leading Companies Convene to Support AHA’s Start! Campaign to combat the risks of heart disease and to discuss the issues of growing healthcare costs. On Monday, May 3,  Executive leaders from over thirty major regional and international companies came …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 5, 2010

DHS is publishing a report giving cyber experts an in-depth look at a botnet. The Navy is tweaking its social media policy. Cyber bodyguards are setting up in Switzerland. Google will update its social media network’s (Google Buzz) privacy. The Air Force is restricting BlackBerry use by service personnel. Lockheed …

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Carlos Solari of CSC: 'The Alarm Bell is Ringing'

Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly central to the public debate surrounding homeland security and defense operations. The private sector, particularly government contractors, are heeding the call and are positioning themselves as integral partners in the cybersecurity efforts taking place in the federal government, according to an article in Aviation Week. “Demand …

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Moving Towards Smart Power

With the recent operations undertaken by the U.S. in Afghanistan and previously in Iraq, military personnel, politicians and academics have extensively debated the right approach to waging a counterinsurgency campaign. In late 2009, President Obama announced that there would be a 30,000 troop surge in Afghanistan and back in 2007 …

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Firm Develops Technology to Crush Cyber Attacks in Their Tracks

Cyber attacks are becoming the bane of governments and companies alike. Recently, search giant Google announced plans to potentially leave China following a series of cyber attacks on its email system. A Virginia-based engineering research company may have the answer. InZero Systems has developed computer protection technology some experts claim …

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Joe Doherty of ACS: Year of record bookings across federal, state, local, government healthcare markets

Nearly every state budget has seen a shortfall this year. Next year isn’t looking much better. For Joe Doherty, those challenges spell opportunity all-around, for everyone. “The solutions the government needs during these economic times are right in our wheelhouse,” says Doherty. Since becoming executive vice president and group president …

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2010 Census Call Center Led By Vangent

Vangent, Inc. announced that it will provide the information resource website and calling center for the 2010 Census in Sandy, Utah. The call center will hire about 1,200 temporary employees to answer citizen questions when filling out the 2010 Census.  Vangent, Inc. is part of the Decennial Response Integration System (DRIS) …

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Top CEOs’ leadership lessons from the Navy

Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting trend: Many executives in leadership positions also served in the U.S. Navy. That little tidbit comes up so often, it’s led us to wonder if there’s something in the water. So, what’s the link between Navy service and being a successful leader in …

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Is Secretary Gates planning for big defense cuts?

Gates planning on big Defense cuts? That’s what has been reported by Boston.com. According to the article, two defense officials claim that there will be an announcement of as many as six planned cuts. Although not authorized to share details on the topics, the sources claimed that among the potential major weapon …

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