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Greg Wenzel, an executive vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton and a two-time Wash100 Award recipient, spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview discussing the positive results of Booz Allen’s second quarter and new market opportunities for its customers as well as the long term success of JADC2, the impact of emerging technologies on training modernization […] More
The Space Development Agency has released a request for information on an application factory envisioned to provide software capabilities in support of battle management, command, control and communications of future data transport layer satellites. Responses to the RFI will help inform future solicitations related to the application factory, which will support Tranche 1 Transport Layer […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 27, 2021 — ManTech International has completed its $350 million cash acquisition of digital and systems engineering company Gryphon Technologies from private equity firm AE Industrial Partners and added new programs and professionals to its defense business, GovCon Wire reported Dec. 13. “The addition is highly complementary and builds upon our […] More
The state of Oklahoma has renewed a contract with Tyler Technologies’ NIC subsidiary to continue receiving digital government and payments services for an additional five years. Tyler Technologies said Tuesday the agreement builds on NIC’s 20 years of experience in providing a range of digital services to the state including the processing of more than […] More
Inmarsat has expanded its 14-geostationary satellite fleet with the launch of the first of seven dual-band communications spacecraft planned for liftoff through 2024. The Inmarsat-6 F1 satellite took off Wednesday aboard Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ H-IIA launch rocket from the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center in Japan, to form the company’s next-generation satellite broadband network, the U.K.-based […] More
Management consultancy Star Cypress Partners has started the fourth year of its current strategic communication work for the U.S. Air Force in support of its International Health Specialist Program. Star Cypress was responsible for providing a range of communications and program management services for the Air Force effort that trains global health engagement specialists for […] More
Eighty-nine percent of 150 surveyed information technology and program managers from state and local governments said data analytics is essential to modern government. MeriTalk said it conducted the study with the help of Amazon Web Services, Intel and Pure Storage to learn how SLG organizations apply data analytics and identify the requirements of data-driven governments. […] More
Austal‘s U.S. business arm delivered the future USS Canberra Independence-class littoral combat ship to the U.S. Navy on Dec. 21, marking the service branch’s 26th LCS acceptance. The new Canberra or LCS 30, which honors an Australian cruiser of the same name, completed acceptance trials in November under the supervision of the Navy’s Board of […] More
The James Webb Space Telescope built by a Northrop Grumman-led industry team for NASA lifted off Saturday aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from the European Space Agency’s spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. The telescope separated from the rocket about 30 minutes after launch to mark the start of a two-week deployment process to prepare for […] More
Honeywell International has won a potential five-year, $22.5 million contract from the U.S. Navy to develop, construct and test a ruggedized atomic clock module envisioned to deliver the same accuracy as a commercial cesium beam clock. The Compact Rubidium Extended Stability Timing module is intended to generate GPS-quality timing in austere operational environments, the Department […] More
BluePath Labs, an 8(a) certified Service Disabled Veteran owned small business, will provide a Department of Energy office with a range of services under a potential three-year, $4 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The consulting company was tasked to deliver business management, communications, analytical and other support services to DOE’s Office of Environmental Management Headquarters in Washington, […] More
Stephen Kovac, chief compliance officer and head of global government affairs at Zscaler, said the role of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program in ensuring the security of federal information technology systems has become increasingly important and the government should provide FedRAMP with personnel, funding and other resources to enable the program to meet […] More
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