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Michael Wilson is the president of ITT’s information systems division, a position he has held since January 2010. The division provides network fusion, data integration and critical decision support services for the agencies of the U.S. government. Wilson previously served as vice president of ITT's communication, intelligence  and information systems unit. In that role, he […] More
IBM recently announced it has joined a consortium to help develop an energy grid that uses at least 50 percent of renewable energy sources. Those sources include wind power, solar energy and biogas. The EcoGrid EU Project, which is led by a European Union-funded consortium, will demonstrate a smart energy grid that will allow smart […] More
Accenture and SAIC are among the key sponsors of Spintelligent's SMART Energy International Conference and Exposition, part of a global series of summits that bring together the world’s leading utilities and thinkers on sustainable energy to discuss innovations that will impact the way utilities can deliver energy to communities. The conference will take attendees through […] More
URS Corporation has recently announced its contract award Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative Inc. The firm will provide engineering, procurement and construction services to upgrade existing flue gas desulfurization systems at Hoosier Energy's Merom Generating Station in Indiana. “We are very pleased with this award which underscores the strength and quality of our emissions control […] More
Joseph Leonelli is currently the vice president of strategic initiatives at Raytheon’s Applied Signal Technology. In this role, Leonelli leads the corporate strategy for new business growth, marketing and communications. Previous to this, Leonelli served as vice president of the company’s intelligence and electronic warfare systems division following the consolidation of the corporate tactical signals […] More
As senior vice president of the intelligence, defense and security division at QinetiQ North America, Mary Craft provides technology and responsive solutions as a partner of U.S. and international customers, with specialties ranging from high-tech research and development to software engineering and integration. Before coming to QinetiQ in 2009, Craft served as vice president of […] More
With a booming market for developing capabilities that protect the U.S. networks and systems, government contractors are ramping up their efforts to get in on the action and make some cool cash from the emerging cyber threats. Guest blogging on CNBC.com, EarlyBird Capital analyst Alex Hamilton identified 17 companies that stand to gain the most […] More
One would think of the childhood activity of building Legos as being inspirational to kids becoming future engineers. While that may be true for some, Vangent's Jeff Bohling opted for the sandbox in his grade-school days. He went on to become an engineer and applied his skills while climbing up the ranks at Vangent. Having […] More
With at least 5,000 new pieces of malware show up online a day, simply deploying a firewall and fixing things when they break isn’t good enough, according to U.S. Cyber Command and National Security Agency head Gen. Keith B. Alexander. “We can no longer depend on a static defense,” said Alexander, spoke at the University […] More
General Dynamics’ Electric Boat Mississippi, submarine SSN-782, sailed through its pressure hull testing well ahead of other ships in its class. The boat reached pressure hull complete status three weeks sooner than Virginia class submarines. Work on the Mississippi is ahead of schedule, beating USS Missouri's record for work accomplished on radar, hatches, sonar dome […] More
The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers suffered a data breach last year that compromised credit card information of more than 800 people who registered for an IEEE conference, Network World reported. IEEE has notified affected individuals about the breach that took place around Nov. 17, 2010, and resulted in the deletion of a file […] More
BAE Systems will be on hand at IDEX, an international defense exhibition held in Abu Dhabi this week, to display one of the RG12 MK4 Armored Personnel Carriers in produced for Dubai’s police force. The company recently filled a order for 10 of the vehicles issued in 2008. “The in-theatre RG12 vehicles are a valuable […] More
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