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Clint Green Named ViON Advanced Analytic Strategy, Dev’t Director; Tom Frana Comments

Clint Green, former chief technology officer at ViON subsidiary Ascolta, has been appointed director of advanced analytic strategy and development at the Herndon, Virginia-based information technology infrastructure services provider. ViON said Wednesday he helped establish Ascolta’s strategic framework and technical vision and has worked on big data, analytics, Hadoop, networking and disaster recovery platforms throughout his career. …

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GovCon Executive Covers Partner of the Year Awards

Partnerships between government contracting companies have become a widespread method of attracting government contracts as opportunities have begun to dwindle. Larger company’s present their very best partners with “Partner of the Year” awards in order to recognize their important contribution to the completion of work. GovCon Executive covers these awards …

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Intelligent Decisions Awarded Cisco Partner of the Year

Intelligent Decisions announced this week Cisco awarded the technology solutions company the 2011 Cisco U.S. Public Sector Intelligence Community Partner of the Year award. The award recognizes Intelligent Decision’s security services IT solutions. The systems are designed to protect organizations from cyberattacks, protect privacy and enhance regulatory compliance. The award …

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Thursday Transactions

This week, Symantec agreed to a pair of purchases, with both PGP Corp. and GaurdianEdge Tech.  These moves, totaling almost $370 million, will help Symantec establish a greater presence in the data encryption market. Also, NGC teamed up with RUAG to work on F-5 Tigers and Iron Bow will work …

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Daily GovCon Recap – March 9, 2010

Dave Melcher was named a Senior VP at ITT. Rene LaVigne commented on Iron Bow’s recent polycom award. Congress has been inundated with cyber attacks over the past two years. Indian companies are more worried about cyber attacks than terrorism. Experts are questioning the effectiveness of botnet take-downs. VA CIO …

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