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Battelle‘s logistics, operations and ground systems business has received a contract from the State Department to design an armored large sport utility vehicle for the Diplomatic Security Service. The company said Wednesday it will modify four Ford Expedition SUVs into armored vehicle prototypes to meet DSS’ requirements for protection operations. According to Sara Kuczek, ground […] More
Stephen Kovac, chief compliance officer and head of global government affairs at Zscaler, said he appeared before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee roundtable Tuesday and highlighted how the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program enabled government agencies to immediately transition to the cloud during the COVID-19 pandemic. “FedRAMP promotes cloud adoption across […] More
L3Harris Technologies has received the approval of the Space Development Agency for its final design of the Tracking Layer Tranche 0 missile-tracking satellite. The company said Thursday it can now proceed with the development, integration test and acceptance phase of its $193 million Tranche 0 work for the agency ahead of a planned satellite launch […] More
Fraud prevention company Acuant has secured provisional authorities under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for three of its cloud-based digital identity offerings. The Los Angeles-based company said Wednesday the Moderate Provisional-Authority to Operate from FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board certifies that its AssureID, Ozone and Facial Recognition System software-as-a-service platforms met security and privacy […] More
A survey by Deloitte has found that 86 percent of C-suite executives in the U.S. say that disruption caused by the pandemic resulted in an increase in cyberthreats within their organizations. Deloitte surveyed 577 C-suite officials worldwide, including 159 executives from U.S.-based companies, for the 2021 Future of Cyber report and found that 14 percent […] More
The U.S. Army has begun testing a Honeywell-made engine for use with Chinook helicopters under a cooperative research and development agreement. Honeywell said Wednesday its T55-714C engine will undergo testing for two years as the Army evaluates the technology’s performance and ease of integration, making the system the first engine to test for the program. […] More
Lockheed Martin has introduced a scaled-down F-35 training platform that uses the same software as the company’s full mission simulator offering for U.S. and international fighter aircraft pilots, Defense News reported Wednesday. The F-35 Mission Rehearsal Trainer Lightning Integrated Training Environment uses 90 percent less hardware than the current simulator with a 360-degree dome display, […] More
Booz Allen Hamilton has opened a new Maryland-based facility that will serve as a testing environment for 5G technologies. The new 5G laboratory in Annapolis Junction will house 5G testing activities related to artificial intelligence, internet-of-things, cybersecurity, immersive and emerging applications, the company said Wednesday. The facility employs Booz Allen’s network, cloud and security expertise, […] More
BAE Systems has cross-decked its airborne tactical electromagnetic attack weapon system with the U.S. Air Force’s new EC-37B Baseline 4 electronic warfare aircraft in line with the company’s collaboration with the service branch. The Compass Call EW system will feature an upgraded capability to integrate with third-party applications in an effort to help the aircraft […] More
A CrowdStrike-built platform was selected by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency for use in ensuring the security of civilian networks in support of an executive order prioritizing endpoint detection and response. CrowdStrike Falcon is one of the chosen endpoint security platforms that will support CISA’s efforts in defending critical infrastructure and advancing the next […] More
CAES has launched a gallium nitride-based, high-power radio frequency amplifier designed to provide electronic attack capability for SwaP-constrained electronic warfare pods, unmanned aerial vehicles and other airborne systems. The wideband, ruggedized RF amplifier has chill plates to provide liquid flow-through cooling capability and custom GaN packaging to improve heat transfer efficiency, CAES said Wednesday. David […] More
General Dynamics’ information technology business unit is opening two new facilities in Texas and New Orleans in a push to expand its technology shared services offerings for government clients. The company said Wednesday the new office spaces will house its TSS teams that provide information technology support services to more than 135 government programs in […] More
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