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BlackBerry has secured a five-year, multimillion dollar contract to provide crisis communications software for the Joint Emergency Mass Notification Systems of the Senate Sergeant at Arms Office. The company said Tuesday AtHoc-built software will power JEMNS to facilitate secure notification and communications in the event of a critical situation for approximately 50,000 people that work and visit the U.S. Capitol Complex. “It’s critical for […] More
Mike Bruni, a former talent acquisition executive at Booz Allen Hamilton and Leidos, has joined SC3 as its new director of talent acquisition and will manage and develop SC3 talent acquisition programs. Bruni has worked in talent acquisition, human resources, sourcing, government contracting and national security across his 18-year career, SC3 said Monday. He is the president of the Staffing Alliance of Virginia Employers […] More
Healthcare technology developer Cerner has been awarded a potential $73.7 million sole-source contract to host clinical data for the initial operating phase of the Defense Department‘s future Genesis military health records system, FCW reported Thursday. Zach Noble writes the award is an add-on to the $4.3 billion Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization contract the team of Leidos, Cerner and Accenture won in July 2015. DoD initially […] More
Many government contracting executives and federal agency leaders have publicly stated that rapid changes in technology are putting pressure on both the public and private sectors to keep pace with new tools as they enter market. Both contractors and agencies are also seeking to stay conscious of how innovative products might disrupt how they do business and […] More
GULU GAMBHIR EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER LEIDOS Gulu Gambhir, D.Sc., is executive vice president and chief technology officer of Leidos. He provides strategic direction for the corporation's technology offerings, guides its research and development program, and promotes business growth through technology innovation. He leads the corporate Office of Technology, including oversight of program […] More
Woburn, Massachusetts-based human centered technology engineering company Aptima has received a $12.4 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop a virtual training environment for the military branch’s Distributed Common Ground System operations. Aptima said Wednesday the DCGS virtual training system will be built to help the Air Force produce actionable intelligence from a global network of systems and sensors. “By simulating the […] More
CGI has received a task order to test and evaluate the Defense Department's healthcare management system modernization initiative in an effort to help streamline healthcare delivery. The company said Friday it will work to verify the Joint Interoperability Test Command's requirement for operational and interoperability testing of the DoD's electronic health records system. The order contains one base year and two […] More
Total federal contract spending declined for the sixth consecutive year in the government’s 2016 fiscal year but the team of analysts at Bloomberg Government predict that negative trend to reverse in the current FY 2016. In its BGOV 200 study released Tuesday, Bloomberg Government said federal unclassified contract spend for fiscal year 2015 fell nearly 1.5 percent to a […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a five-year, $28.3 million contract to Lockheed Martin to provide technical support for air traffic control radar systems. Lockheed said Tuesday it will perform analysis, design, development and test services for the Microprocessor-En Route Automated Radar Tracking System as part of the contract. Micro-EARTS works to receive and integrate air traffic data from multiple surveillance systems and display the […] More
MarkLogic's Amanda Mason has said her experience in the U.S. Air Force has helped her coordinate groups from both the private and public sectors to provide students of cybersecurity learning programs with “hands on experiences,“ U.S. News & World Report reported Friday. Tom Risen writes Mason, director of strategic programs for the intelligence community at […] More
The government contracting industry and its agency customers are both grappling with questions as to how they can keep pace with fast technology advancements as requirements and demands of users change with those trends. Coupled with those changes is the work of both public and private sector organizations to hire qualified talent with skills and […] More
A team of contractors led by an L-3 Communications division will deliver warfighter readiness and training research services to the U.S. Air Force under a seven-year, $200 million contract awarded in April. L-3 Link Simulation and Training will collaborate with Cubic‘s global defense unit, Ball Aerospace and Leidos to develop technology that will work to create wide-spectrum readiness features, Cubic said Monday. “As part […] More
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