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John Blecher serves as senior vice president of contracts at DynCorp International. Prior to DynCorp, he served VP and general manager of programs in Afghanistan and in Europe for Exelis and managed contracts to support more than 400 Afghan army and police sites. He also oversaw LOGCAP business in Afghanistan through Fluor and work for the U.S. Army in […] More
Exelis and NIRF Imaging have signed an exclusive teaming agreement to develop and market a near-infrared fluorescence imaging technology for point-of-care diagnostic applications. The companies will integrate Exelis-made image intensifier tubes into NIRF’s medical technology in order to produce a new tool tool for imaging patients’ lymphatic system, Exelis said Monday. Exelis’ Pinnacle intensification technology […] More
Biometrics software and technology supplier Aware provides healthcare clients software for professionals to monitor and record patient radiation exposure under California state law. AccuRad REM Server runs on a healthcare provider’s network and transmits dose data from radiological equipment to radiology reporting systems, PACS and external data registries, the company says. CT scanners and fluoroscopy […] More
Medical imaging software maker Aware Inc. is partnering with Nuance to create a system for radiologists to put radiation exposure estimates into patient radiology reports. Aware is integrating its AccuRad REM Server software with Nuance's PowerScribe 360 | Reporting platform with the goal of providing doctors analysis tools for addressing risks surrounding radiation exposure. “Automating […] More
In-Q-Tel is partnering with Contour Energy Systems to continue developing advanced portable power solutions, In-Q-Tel announced Tuesday.  In-Q-Tel said Contour’s battery developments apply to current application power requirements at many federal agencies. IQT also said Contour’s battery technologies apply to military devices such as GPS receivers, radios, night vision goggles, thermal imagers, monitoring and sensing […] More
Budget cuts, buyouts and numerous layoffs have challenged the defense contracting sector recently, but the industry remains one of the largest markets in the world. The 2011 Washington Technology Top 100 list of the top defense contracting companies has been released, reporting that the contractors on the list brought in $84.6 billion in prime defense […] More
Lockheed Martin will partner with Danish consulting company COWI to help governments reduce waste in energy and water use, the companies announced. The U.S. Department of Energy has already hired Lockheed Martin under its Energy Savings Performance Contracts program to make government agencies more efficient worldwide. Some of the agencies under evaluation include the Department […] More
In a recent interview with the Pentagon Channel, Michèle Flournoy, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, highlighted the progress that women have made at the Department of Defense and the hope she has for the future of women at the DoD. Secretary Fluornoy said “We've made a tremendous amount of progress from the 1990's.  During […] More
We reported in June that new administration's defense budget includes major cuts to big spending programs.  But overall, will the DoD's bottom line really shrink?  Counterinsurgency expert David Kilcullen, senior advisor to Afghanistan theatre commander Gen. Stanley McChrystal, sees “about two more years of heavy fighting“ ahead of us in Afghanistan, and the Washington Post […] More
Not only does DynCorp provide critical military infrastructure, they provide the human fuel.  An army marches on its stomach, and Bill Ballhaus and DynCorp will take on the Taliban by feeding and clothing a swelling number of U.S. troops in volatile Southern Afghanistan. This week saw the deadliest combat in the region since the Taliban was toppled in […] More
Michael Reitermann was named CEO of Siemens Healthcare's U.S. organization. He will be taking over for Dr. Heinrich Kolem who will become global head of Siemens Healthcare's Angiography, Fluoroscopy and X-ray business unit. Reitermann has most recently served as the president of Nuclear Medicine and CEO of Siemens Molecular Imaging Business Unit. He has also […] More
Most of us look forward to a steaming hot cup of coffee or tea to start the day. Some of us look forward to a mid-day tea or an espresso after dinner. So there is no question that these two hot beverages turn up at some point during most American's day. Aside from the caffeine […] More
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