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Last year, Mattermost launched its government-focused offering, opening up new opportunities for the company to serve customers like the Department of Defense. ExecutiveBiz spoke with Barry Duplantis, vice president of government solutions for Mattermost, to learn more about Mattermost’s growth and progress over the last year as well as what’s next for the company in the […] More
Executive Mosaic is thrilled to present the 2023 Wash100 Award to Lauren Knausenberger, chief information officer at the Department of the Air Force. Knausenberger earned this distinction for her efforts to keep the DAF aligned with rapidly evolving technological progress and instituting practices to ensure that tools and the network are more accessible and reliable for airmen […] More
Amazon Web Services has secured High authorization under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for its cloud-based managed services offering. AWS Managed Services Accelerate is available to government clients in the GovCloud U.S. East and West regions and is designed to enable users to manage workloads at the FedRAMP High level, Amazon’s cloud computing […] More
Florida State University’s Northwest Regional Data Center has chosen Mythics to provide its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to current and potential customers in the state, the company said Thursday. As an extension of FSU, the data center directly books its IT support contracts from public and nonprofit organizations, the Oracle systems integrator said Thursday. NWRDC joins […] More
Blue Force Technologies has completed a propulsion flowpath test for the Fury unmanned aircraft vehicle it is developing under an Air Force Research Laboratory program. Both organizations have collaborated for almost six months to conduct the ground engine test as part of AFRL’s Bandit initiative, which seeks a novel aircraft to support adversary air training […] More
L3Harris Technologies has delivered a positioning, navigation and timing satellite technology to the Air Force Research Laboratory in preparation for the spacecraft’s launch in late 2023. The Navigation Technology Satellite-3 payload is now stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, where it will undergo functional and performance evaluation prior to integration into Northrop […] More
In the second part of its three-pronged series focused on OMB Circular A-123 Appendix B, Paperless Innovations tackled P-Card compliance with the risk management framework for government charge card programs. “The myriad of compliance guidelines necessitate P-Card administrative officers to make critical decisions on maintaining compliance and eliminating fraud, waste and abuse in the use […] More
BAE Systems‘ research and development arm has advanced to the third leg of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s initiative focused on ensuring cybersecurity of electronic files. At phase 3 of DARPA SafeDocs program, FAST Labs is now able to work with defense and industry partners on refining its cybersecurity tool suite, BAE Systems said.  […] More
General Dynamics’ Bath Iron Works subsidiary has handed over to the U.S. Navy a future guided-missile destroyer ship named after former 36-year U.S. Senator Carl Levin. USS Carl Levin is an Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA destroyer equipped with the latest Aegis combat system that is capable of large-area missile defense coverage and complex sensor data processing, the Naval Sea […] More
Iridium Communications has authorized GIT Satellite Communications to deliver the Certus global satellite broadband connection service to U.S. government customers. GIT said Thursday it has expanded its voice and data communications offerings for the federal government to include access to Iridium’s global L-band broadband and mid-band connectivity. Scott Scheimreif, executive vice president of government programs […] More
Four technology companies have teamed up with the National Science Foundation to invest nearly $50 million in chip design innovations as part of the agency’s Future of Semiconductors initiative. IBM, Intel, Ericsson and Samsung signed up for the public-private partnership with the intent to fund projects that offer “co-design” methods for designing and producing semiconductor […] More
Barry Duplantis, vice president and general manager of the North American public sector at Mattermost, said federal agencies should provide software developers with a technical collaboration platform that could enable them to build digital capabilities in support of their organizations’ missions. “More effective than traditional, general-purpose collaboration solutions, a technical collaboration platform equips developers with […] More
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