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Raytheon has received a multiyear contract to produce radar hardware for Boeing and deliver the APG-79 AESA, which has 10-15 times greater reliability, compared to mechanically scanned array radars. The hardware is also more affordable over the service life of the unit. The production of the radars will be completed in Raytheon's facilities in El […] More
IBM (NYSE: IBM) last week announced the launch of the IBM Institute for Advanced Security in Europe, an expansion of its companywide initiative to provide government and other organizations with a global network of security research, services, software and technology expertise. Based in Brussels, the IBM Institute for Advanced Security in Europe will help address […] More
The federal government's migration to the cloud is now in full swing. Last year, the White House released its 25 point plan to reform federal IT management. Cloud computing gained top mention as a way to reduce spending and increase efficiency. The one hiccup, in an otherwise solid plan, is cloud computing is still in […] More
Kathy Warden began her career in the commercial environment working with General Electric, and spent a little less than a decade with the company in a variety of roles ranging from computer systems development to product management and strategy. After leaving GE, she joined an entrepreneurial start-up, leading a management consulting practice that was acquired […] More
In a blog post from last week, Beth Noveck, Deputy Federal CTO for Open Government and head of Obama’s Open Government Initiative, lauded the release of agency open government plans, writing “innovation flourishes in an open environment, where we work collaboratively to share new ideas and ingenuity from a wide array of contributors for the […] More
The United Stats is perhaps the most-networked nation in the world. We use information technology networks to conduct business, bank, shop and even conduct warfare. One of the greatest assets of the U.S. infrastructure is the prevalence of IT networks. It allows us to access information rapidly and conduct essential transactions. This absolute reliance on […] More
ExecutiveBiz sat down with Catapult CEO Randy Slager recently.  We discussed the wide array of Catapult’s offerings and how the company is adjusting to new challenges arising from organizational conflicts of interest, in-sourcing, and cybersecurity.  Read on to learn how to set yourself apart from the government’s myriad teaming partners and how to stay on […] More
A robust identity management solution is capable of authenticating users without requiring the byzantine collection of logins we all have to access the array of web-based applications, information sites or even access our networks at home. The ‘forgot my login’ feature on every site suggests strongly to us that we are not the only ones […] More
Greg Baroni is the Chairman, CEO, and founder of Attain, LLC (formerly Eclat), which provides strategic, healthcare, application, operational and security services for a wide array of markets. Prior to landing at Eclat, Baroni spent seven years at Unisys Corporation as an officer and Corporate Senior Vice President. He also had an operational leadership role […] More
Robert Carey, Navy Chief Information Officer, was quoted yesterday at Virtual FOSE’s keynote presentation calling cyber threats “the most serious economic and security challenge of the 21st century.“ “We are being exploited at unprecedented scale by a growing array of state and non-state actors,“ Carey added.“The U.S. must take action, protecting the critical infrastructure upon which our economy […] More
Wartime contracting has faced more than its share of criticism lately. Just last month, the Commission on Wartime Contracting released its interim report, which offered this bleak assessment: Since 2001, America's reliance on contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan has reached “unprecedented proportions.“ But where some defense contractors might want to switch the subject, Suzan Zimmerman […] More
As the vice president of Global Enterprise Solutions, Paul Bates oversees an organization of about 1,400 employees who provide professional services to the government.  “We provide a full array of services including everything from engineering to hands and feet on the street “” whatever our customers need,“ says Bates, who also counts customers in the […] More
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