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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded a one-year, $30 million contract to six firms for security support, including CSC of Falls Church, Va. The contract specifies four one-year options. This agreement allows each firm to compete to support the USDA in cyber protection. The goal is to prevent future attacks, which have been growing in […] More
EXECUTIVE TRANSITIONS | They say the first 90 days are make or break time for any executive. That’s when a new  hire either becomes a drain or a gain for an organization. Roughly 90 days into his new role as senior vice president of worldwide channels and alliances for Siemens Enterprise Communications, it’s clear where […] More
Four years ago, this month, Planning Systems Incorporated (PSI) was acquired by QinetiQ North America.  It is now ready for the next stage in its growth as part of QinetiQ North America's Technology Solutions Group (TSG). On the heels of this new chapter, ExecutiveBiz recently spoke with Alan Friedman, former PSI President and now  Senior […] More
BAE Systems has won two contracts totaling over $2 billion enabling them to add approximately 75 jobs to their Massachusetts and New Hampshire locations. The two contracts are for driver vision enhancers and laser locator modules. Under this contract, BAE, a defense contractor, will be building laser-based targeting and all-weather visibility systems. This contract further […] More
The General Services Administration has named former Obama aide Michael Robertson as chief acquisition officer (CAO) and associate administrator of government-wide policy.  Robertson joined the GSA in February as the White House liaison, and will continue to serve in that capacity. In addition, he will direct the Office of Governmentwide Policy, which develops and evaluates […] More
Twitter was briefly shut down Thursday morning due to a massive denial-of-service attack (DDoS). The hacker/hackers are unknown, suggested perpetrators  have ranged from tech savvy individuals to Russian or Georgian sympathizers. The attack on Thursday marks exactly one year since the Russian-Georgia conflict.  Similar attacks were found in LiveJournal, another social networking site. Facebook is “looking […] More
Michael Chertoff, former Bush Administration Department of Homeland Security Secretary and founder of The Chertoff Group, spoke at a Potomac Officers Club luncheon event a few weeks back to discuss with top executives the growing market of cybersecurity applications and where he sees the future of cybersecurity headed. Chertoff spoke of the need to engage, […] More
Senator Collins (R-ME) has asked Melissa Hathaway, acting senior director for cyberspace at the White House, for a copy of her resignation letter. Senator Collins, a senior ranking member on the Senator Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, has also requested that her staff members interview Hathaway regarding why she is leaving the Obama Administration. […] More
In his first appearance in Silicon Valley as Federal CTO, Aneesh Chopra told the IT community that President Obama plans to employ innovative technology to advance his goals of improved health care, energy independence and education, and wants Silicon Valley’s help.  He also said government and industry need to collaborate to spur innovation in areas like […] More
The Georgia Hospital Association (GHA) has awarded CSC with a contract to help them meet “meaningful use“ standards to receive the federal incentive payments outlined in the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 (ARRA). CSC has already started an assessment of what changes Georgia hospitals need to make to receive funds and how long […] More
Science Applications International Corporation has announced that S. Gulu Gambhir, D.Sc., has been appointed SVP and CTO of SAIC’s Intelligence, Security and Technology (IST) Group, where he will improve the group’s science and technology solutions and strengthen the integration of technology, systems and operational solutions across intelligence domains. More
DynCorp International has named Gregory S. Nixon SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, beginning 21 September 2009.  Mr. Nixon joins DynCorp International from McKinsey & Company, Inc., where he has served since 2007 as Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary, as well as Vice-President and General Counsel for public sector services and contracts. Before joining McKinsey […] More
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