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AECOM Awarded Selective Catalytic Reduction EPC Contract for New Mexico Power Plant; Michael Burke Comments

AECOM will perform engineering, procurement and construction work on selective catalytic reduction components for a coal-fired power plant in New Mexico under a contract with Arizona Public Service. The contract covers the installation of SCR retrofits and related balance of plant systems and equipment at units 4 and 5 that …

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Northrop Wins Air Force R&D Contract for Staring Infrared Search & Track Tool

Northrop Grumman’s electronic systems sector has received a potential four-year, $8.5 million contract to perform research and development work for the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Staring Infrared Search and Track Technologies program. The Air Force Research Laboratory awarded the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract through a competitive procurement process with nine proposals received, the …

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Mutualink, IP Access International Form Emergency Comms Alliance; Mark Hatten Comments

Mutualink and IP Access International have partnered to jointly offer a new emergency communications service intended to help customers meet public safety and critical infrastructure mission requirements. The offering was developed as a collaboration tool for agencies, their partners and critical infrastructure organizations during disasters via voice, video and data communications, Mutualink …

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Booz Allen-Triumfant Partnership to Offer Combined Predictive Intell, Cyber Analytics

Booz Allen Hamilton and Triumfant have entered into a strategic partnership to deliver an endpoint security offering that leverages predictive intelligence and reverse engineering functions to identify potential risk areas. Triumfant said Wednesday Booz Allen’s Predictive Intelligence Services will supplement AtomicEye with cyber analytics to attribute threat actors and adaptive security based on the generated …

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Research and Markets: Vehicle Electronics to Drive Market for Military Infrared, Electro-Optical Systems

A new Research and Markets report predicts the worldwide market for military infrared and electro-optical systems to record compound annual growth rate of 6.07 percent through 2019. The market research firm said Wednesday an increase in demand for vehicle electronics or vetronics and technological advances in EO/IR sensors and radio frequency jamming …

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RSA’s Robert Griffin: Risk-Based Authentication Can Reduce Fraud in Gov’t Service Transactions

Robert Griffin, chief security architect at RSA, has highlighted the role of risk-based authentication in efforts to reduce fraudulent transactions in government services. Griffin wrote in an opinion piece for GCN published Wednesday that adaptive authentication seeks to establish a level of confidence for end-user access to government assets. He said this …

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Oracle Gets DoD Accreditation for SaaS Cloud Offering

Oracle has received a Defense Department Authority to Operate for its Oracle Service Cloud software-as-a-service offering under security impact Level 4 of the DoD Cloud Security Model. The company said Tuesday Oracle Service Cloud is a customer service platform that is part of its U.S. DoD Cloud portfolio. “[DoD] can now procure commercial cloud services …

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CACI International Receives US Army Infrared Task Order; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International has received a 22-month, $28 million task order to assist the U.S. Army in work to research and develop night vision and infrared technologies. The company will perform technical, engineering and program management services for the Army’s Research, Development and Engineering Command’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Night …

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Defense News: General Dynamics the Frontrunner for Spain’s Armored Vehicle Program

Spain has awarded General Dynamics’ Spain-based branch company Santa Barbara Sistemas a $99 million contract for research-and-development work on an 8×8 armored vehicle prototype, Defense News reported Saturday. Esteban Villarejo writes Spain seeks a replacement for the 6×6 BMR armored vehicle and U.S.-made M-113 armored personnel carrier. General Dynamics has proposed its Piranha Class …

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