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Lou Von Thaer, president of the national security sector business at Leidos, will be a co-keynote speaker at a company-sponsored symposium on how parents can best engage kids in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Von Thaer, a Wash100 inductee, headlines the WashingtonExec 2015 K-12 STEM Symposium on March 7 with Evan Glazer, principal at Thomas […] More
The Northrop Grumman Foundation is sponsoring 25 high school and three middle school teams who will compete at the final round of the national CyberPatriot competition scheduled on March 13 in Washington. A team of professional aggressors will attack virtual networks and mobile devices and the CyberPatriot VII teams will develop defense methods to protect […] More
The Northern Virginia Technology Council will auction off regional and industry c-level executives in a fundraising event scheduled on Feb. 4. Attendees will bid electronically for a chance with c-level executives within 12 months and gain insights, forge business connections and learn about future plans of various companies, the NVTC said. The NVTC CXO Auction event […] More
A new NanoMarkets report predicts that the radiation detection device market will reach a value of $1.92 billion for domestic security applications and $868 million for military applications by 2020. The company said Jan. 5 that the military and security sectors are the fastest-growing markets for radiation detection devices due to an increase in terrorist activity and demand […] More
Gulu Gambhir, a senior vice president and chief technology officer of Leidos, will represent the company at the Raymond James Government Solutions & Technology Summit on Tuesday, Leidos said Monday. The conference will focus on growth areas such as geospatial intelligence, big data and cloud in the government and commercial markets. According to the event agenda, Gambhir will talk about […] More
Visiongain published on Oct. 10 a new report on the $238-billion homeland security market that forecasts renewed growth for prime markets in Europe and North America and a surge in demand from Asia and the Middle East. The market analyst said the industry is poised to go through an expansion as it takes in new […] More
Deborah Drake serves as vice president of human resources at Sotera Defense Solutions, where she is responsible for leading the company's enterprise global human resources function. Prior to her current role, she served as a Leidos vice president of Human Resources where she was responsible for compensation, international HR and services initiatives in its intelligence and […] More
AtHoc-built emergency mass notification systems will be deployed to U.S. Army installations outside the continental U.S. under a Leidos-led modernization program. The Army extended the use of AtHoc's IWSAlerts systems for communications in order to send emergency alerts to service personnel and their families at garrisons in Europe, the company said. “With increasing threats worldwide, AtHoc […] More
Tony Moraco, chief executive of SAIC, is moving to establish a more direct tie between him and members of his management team in 2014. Chief Information Officer Bob Fecteau and Chief Communications Officer Lucy Fitch will both report directly to Moraco beginning sometime after Feb. 1, the contractor said, as will Jennifer Smith, senior vice […] More
            After more than four decades of doing business as Science Applications International Corp., the iconic contractor founded by Dr. Robert Beyster divided into two independent companies in September. Tony Moraco (above), who joined SAIC in 2006 and formerly led its government solutions group prior to the split, now leads […] More
Washington area contractors are applying unconventional strategies to attract and retain cybersecurity professionals, the Washington Post reported Monday. Sarah Halzack writes employers are facing tougher competition for workers with up-to-date technical skills as commercial and government clients focus heavily on cybersecurity projects. Foreground Security acquired training services provider Cyberspann to establish a university that offers short […] More
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