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Oracle has expanded its lineup of cloud services that has provisional authorization from the Department of Defense at impact level 5, making the products available for use by its defense and intelligence customers. A third-party assessment organization accredited by the government performed a readiness assessment of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure then Defense Information Systems Agency representatives […] More
The Defense Innovation Unit has selected Ultra Safe Nuclear and Avalanche Energy to test nuclear technology prototypes the companies developed for spacecraft propulsion and power applications. DIU said Wednesday the other transaction contract awardees will aim to demonstrate system capability to support small spacecraft operations on a potential cislunar mission for the Department of Defense. […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has released a broad agency announcement seeking proposals on the development of ultra-small, low-power clocks envisioned to maintain microsecond precision for a week. The H6 program aims to create a low size, weight and power platform that works to provide precise global positioning system timing updates in a GPS-denied […] More
Barry Duplantis, vice president and general manager of the North American public sector business at Mattermost, shared his views on how the company’s open source platform can facilitate communication and collaboration at government agencies. “The platform offers a unified suite of tools such as Playbooks, Channels, and Boards to manage workflows and information sharing across […] More
Netcentric Technology has received a potential five-year, $44.1 million contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to operate and maintain a data acquisition facility for NOAA’s polar-orbiting environmental satellites. The company will provide information technology administration and security, supervision and property management support for NOAA’s Fairbanks Command and Data Acquisition Station in Alaska under […] More
Professional services firm Golden Key Group has secured a position on a potential eight-year, $370 million contract to provide human resources support services for the Defense Intelligence Agency. GKG said Tuesday it will offer talent management, workforce analytics, policy and programs, records management and hiring and staffing support to DIA’s HR operations and services office […] More
Stratolaunch has named two new C-level executives with decades-long industry experience to join its leadership team and support its hypersonic testing development efforts in line with the national defense strategy. Jackson Kemper, formerly of Mynaric, was appointed as chief revenue officer of Stratolaunch while Mary Normand, who was with Vantage Associates, was tapped to serve […] More
General Dynamics’ mission systems business will design, build and test an ethernet encryptor under a National Security Agency contract. The company said Tuesday it will deliver under the NSA contract its TACLANE E-Series Adaptable Security Platform that could help organizations protect classified cloud environments and data centers. TACLANE E-Series ASP is an Ethernet Data Encryption […] More
As the Department of Defense increases its focus on modernizing its software capabilities, officials say the primary focus should be on the platforms that serve as the foundation for these efforts. Robert Vietmeyer, DOD’s director for cloud and software modernization, said the department is rethinking its approach to software development and taking a more holistic […] More
Denise Oberndorf, vice president of Growth, Defense and Intel with Capgemini Government Solutions, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the biggest improvements that she’s recognized in emerging technologies and the challenges that federal leaders are facing to stay ahead of the speed of innovation. In addition, Oberndorf discussed the key focus areas and drivers of growth for Capgemini across the […] More
The Linux Foundation and the Open Source Software Security Foundation have come up with a 10-point plan to address and improve the security of open source and software supply chain. The plan has three goals and these are securing open source security production, improving vulnerability discovery and remediation and shortening ecosystem patching response time, the […] More
Mitch Murphy, a former master chief petty officer and cryptologic language analyst at the U.S. Navy, has been named vice president of business development at Herndon, Virginia-based information technology provider NetCentrics. He has more than 35 years of military intelligence and industry experience and will lead NetCentrics’ BD initiatives to grow its cybersecurity market footprint, […] More
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