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BAE Systems will serve as a research sponsor to help a Mitre Engenuity-operated center develop resources to help organizations protect and defend their networks from cyberattacks. Mitre Engenuity launched the Center for Threat-Informed Defense in 2019 in response to the cybersecurity community’s call for a nonprofit, noncommercial center that would help advance the development of […] More
Rhea Space Activity will continue developing a dashboard to boost space domain awareness under an award from the U.S. Air Force’s AFWERX innovation program. The company said Wednesday it will work to inform operational SDA requirements as part of a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research award that provides for continued Lunar Intelligence Dashboard development. […] More
General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business transferred ownership of two Reaper unmanned aircraft systems, ground control terminals and support equipment to the U.S. Marine Corps. USMC leased the MQ-9A Block 5 UAS for three years under a contractor-owned, contractor-operated construct before the military branch acquired the drones under the Marine Air-Ground Task Force’s UAS Expeditionary Program […] More
NASA has received a six-unit miniature satellite Blue Canyon Technologies built for a mission to investigate the feasibility of autonomous spacecraft swarm operations in low-Earth orbit. The shipment to the agency’s Ames Research Center in California was the first of four CubeSats to be used on the Starling technology demonstration effort, Blue Canyon said Wednesday. […] More
Lockheed Martin and its Sikorsky subsidiary are considering linking future helicopter offerings to the F-35 aircraft and other fighter jets, Defense One reported Wednesday. Paul Lemmo, president of Sikorsky, said the military aircraft manufacturer will use a Black Hawk helicopter as a surrogate model for a proposed Army Future Vertical Lift vehicle and equip the […] More
A team at Lockheed Martin plans to build an application-specific integrated circuit with security capabilities using an approach developed through a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program that seeks to protect electronic systems from vulnerabilities that are being exploited through software. DARPA’s System Security Integration Through Hardware and Firmware program intends to develop hardware security […] More
Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, has highlighted the importance of governments and technology companies working together to address increasing cases of cyber attacks in the U.S. and across the globe. Speaking at The Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live conference Wednesday, the executive talked about ransomware, nation-state sponsored attacks and disinformation campaigns and how the three […] More
The Department of Education has given Maximus Federal the green light to take over as the contractor for the agency’s loan servicing. Maximus said Wednesday its Aidvantage division replaces Navient as the effort’s contractor, a role tasked to handle 5.6 million student loan accounts. Aidvantage aims to complete the transition by the end of the […] More
Nuclear Fuel Services, a BWX Technologies subsidiary that manufactures fuel materials for U.S. naval nuclear reactors, has named Ronald Dailey as president. Dailey, who was with BWXT’s Syncom Space Services, will now lead NFS operations as it prepares to provide the National Nuclear Security Administration with uranium conversion and purification services, the company said Thursday. He took […] More
Dean Hullings, Global Defense Solutions Strategist at Forescout, spoke about the cybersecurity firm’s efforts to support a Department of Defense program that seeks to provide cyber capabilities for management of all Pentagon network assets to enable enterprisewide zero trust security. In an interview with Breaking Defense, Hullings said Forescout was awarded a follow-on contract from […] More
Lori Knudson, a former senior vice president at Aegion, has joined federal and commercial aviation services provider AAR as vice president and chief ethics and compliance officer. She will oversee compliance activities and report to Jessica Garascia, vice president, general counsel and secretary at AAR, the Wood Dale, Illinois-based company said Wednesday. “We are excited to add […] More
Michael Shrader, vice president of Intelligence and Innovation Solutions for Carahsoft, recently participated in a Q&A session with ExecutiveBiz to explore why and how federal, state and local government organizations should understand and adopt emerging technologies. Shrader also described how his company’s new partnership with the Marion Square consulting firm will provide market intelligence to […] More
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