BlackBerry Endpoint Mgmt Software Receives NSA CSfC Certification

BlackBerry

BlackBerry's unified endpoint management software has been certified under a National Security Agency program that seeks to guarantee the cybersecurity of a commercial product for U.S. government use. The BlackBerry UEM offering, designed to help organizations manage devices and applications, is now part of NSA's Commercial Solutions for Classified Program, the company said Wednesday.

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Raytheon Technologies, DARPA to Enter Cross-Domain Software Project’s Second Phase

Raytheon Technologies

A Raytheon Technologies-led team will help the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency mature software for the second phase of a military planning technology being developed to support the agency's Mosaic Warfare strategy. Raytheon BBN Technologies aims to further develop a decision aid platform as part of DARPA's Adapting Cross-Domain Kill-Webs program to help commanders determine available resources or assets across air, space, land, maritime and cyber domains, the company said Tuesday.

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CVP Secures Coast Guard Intell Support Contract

Customer Value Partners

Customer Value Partners will help the U.S. Coast Guard communicate intelligence to combatant commanders and other defense personnel under a contract from the Department of Homeland Security. CVP said Wednesday it will provide information technology services to support the USCG Intelligence Coordination Center in data collection and analysis efforts via website and multimedia platforms.

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Perspecta Labs to Help Develop Automated PACE Tech for Army; Petros Mouchtaris Quoted

Petros Mouchtaris President

Perspecta Labs has received a $13 million follow-on award on the modular radio frequency (ModRF) program for the U.S. Army from the Consortium Management Group on behalf of the Consortium for Command, Control and Communications in Cyberspace (C5). Perspecta Labs will help provide an efficient, agile and modular radio frequency (RF) communications capability.

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Northrop Wraps up HALO Preliminary Design Review; Steve Krein Quoted

Northrop Grumman HALO module design

Northrop Grumman has completed the initial preliminary design review (PDR) for the Habitation and Logistics Outpost (HALO), the company reported on Wednesday. The module will support NASA’s Lunar Gateway by working as a crew habitat and docking hub for vehicles. “Maturing HALO through its preliminary design marks a major milestone in the module’s production,” said Steve Krein, vice president of civil and commercial satellites at Northrop Grumman.

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