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Scott Deutchman, deputy chief technology officer for telecommunications in the Executive Office of the President's Office of Science and Technology Policy, is going corporate. The presidential staffer will join Neustar, Inc. (NYSE: NSR) as vice president of legal and external affairs. His new position, set to begin July 5, will handle various issues related to […] More
General Dynamics NASSCO, a subsidiary of the company, recently launched the U.S. Navy's supply ship the William McLean. The ship, a 12th of a class of 14 dry cargo/ammunition, will serve as Combat Logistics Force or be part of a Maritime Prepositioning Force. About 1,000 people came to the San Diego shipyard to celebrate the […] More
In the race for government contracts, small businesses often lag behind. Small, women- and veteran-owned businesses struggle to compete in a highly competitive field, looking for any viable edge to give them an advantage. Resources for veteran-owned businesses abound. In an effort to give small business a ten second lead, the federal government passed the […] More
Female technology leaders will be honored at the 10th annual Heroines in Technology in recognition of their efforts and achievements in serving and helping their communities. The black-tie gala will be held Nov. 12, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Reston, Va., and will include a cocktail reception, dinner, live band, dancing and live and […] More
This week, ManTech finalized the planned acquisition of QinetiQ North America's Security and Intelligence Solutions business for $60 million. CRGT CEO Tom Ferrando spoke to GovCon Wire about his firm's recent acquisition of Johnston McLamb and shared an insider's perspective on the decision-making process of the move. SRA International announced plans to purchase Platinum Solutions, […] More
Although cybersecurity experts have their separate ideas on what the most pressing Internet security concern is, they generally agree on one thing: The threat landscape is evolving into more attacks of increasing sophistication. Here, 10 industry insiders offer their insight into what they believe are the most dangerous cyber threats, ranging from social engineering to […] More
Misconfigured networks are the easiest exploit for most attackers, according to a survey published earlier this week. Tufin Technologies’ “Hacking Habits” surveyed attendees of last month’s DEFCON conference in Las Vegas, Nev. The report found that among those hackers who search for vulnerabilities, 73 percent come across a misconfigured network more than three quarters of […] More
Alliant Techsystems earlier this week elected Roxanne J. Decyk and April H. Foley as independent directors to the company’s board of directors. “Roxanne Decyk and Ambassador Foley are enormously talented individuals who will provide unique perspectives to ATK’s management team as the company expands its international footprint,” said Chairman of the Board Ron Fogleman. “We’re […] More
This week, SAIC won a task order from the 55th Contracting Squadron, and Boeing was awarded a pair of DoD deals. BAE Systems signed a $365 million-contract to modernize 11 Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyers, while Unisys was awarded a contract potentially worth $1 billion from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Raytheon won a $23 […] More
This week, General Dynamics claimed two contracts from the Project Manager for Maneuver Ammunition Systems, and iGov won a contract to support the Tactical Collaborative Work Suite. Northrop Grumman claimed a Navy contract worth $175 million, and Harris booked a $23.5 million order from the U.S. Department of Defense. Northrop Grumman, American Apparel and Lockheed […] More
Since the new administration took office in January of this year, an emerging trend of large government contractors acquiring cybersecurity firms has come to light. In case you missed it, here is a quick recap of top cyber firm acquisitions over the last few months.  April: Harris Corporation acquires Chantilly, Virginia-based Crucial Security, Inc. Crucial Security Inc. sells offensive […] More
We all know that 2009 will be shaped by significant events “” a new administration, the pending drawdown of the Iraq war, and of course the economy. But how will it all play out, and how will it affect the federal marketplace? For the top 2009 predictions, we went straight to some of the area's […] More
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