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Lockheed Martin‘s aeronautics business has received a $62.22 million order from the U.S. Navy for 190 parachutes and 56 drag chute systems needed for F-35 Lightning II fighter jet operations. The order will support the operational capabilities and meet the requirements of non-defense participants and Foreign Military Sales customers that deploy the F-35 aircraft, the […] More
Eric Trexler, vice president of global governments and critical infrastructure team at Forcepoint, said federal agencies should provide cybersecurity training to employees, particularly information technology professionals responsible for dealing with cyber breaches, in accordance with the current administration’s executive order on cybersecurity. Trexler wrote in an article posted Monday on Federal Times that agencies should […] More
Jim Taiclet, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin and a 2021 Wash100 Award winner, said the company plans to work with commercial technology and telecommunications sectors to improve the ability of legacy platforms, like the F-35 fighter jet, to process data and integrate new capabilities through open architecture, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. Taiclet […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential five-year, $85 million contract to help the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Panama City Division update command and control systems for the U.S. Navy. The company said Tuesday it will engineer software, implement cloud computing technologies and provide cyber support for the branch’s Joint Expeditionary Command and Control […] More
LMI has acquired Falls Church, Virginia-based business transformation and technology company Suntiva in a move to grow the consultancy’s digital and workforce-related offerings to federal government customers. Suntiva provides services to the Department of Agriculture, U.S. Army, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center and other public health and defense clients, and LMI seeks to gain new customers […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 26, 2021 — Steve Orrin, federal chief technology officer at Intel, has discussed how the use of confidential computing and other data encryption approaches could help government agencies safeguard classified information from breaches, GovCon Wire reported July 16. “Confidential computing works by having the CPU reserve a section of memory as […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 26, 2021 — George Wilson, president of ASGN company ECS, has commented on ASGN’s acquisition of IndraSoft, a Reston, Virginia-based provider of cyber analytics, DevSecOps, cloud, cybersecurity, digital transformation and other enterprise information technology services in support of government agencies, GovCon Wire reported July 19. “The acquisition of IndraSoft deepens our […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries has authenticated the keel of Calhoun, a future Legend-class national security cutter that will join the U.S. Coast Guard’s fleet deployed for maritime law enforcement, homeland security, environmental protection and marine safety missions. Calhoun, also known as WMSL 759 or NSC 10, is also designed to support national defense operations as a […] More
A team of Kymeta and Kepler Communications took part in a recent military technology integration event to demonstrate how a flat-panel antenna technology could support connectivity between geostationary and low-Earth orbit satellites.  Kymeta said Friday it aimed to present the u8 terminal‘s ability to interoperate with Kepler’s LEO constellation and a GEO satellite ground station […] More
CSG Government Solutions has named Kristin Sparks, a certified project management professional, to join the Chicago-based company’s health care and human services practice as principal. She brings over two decades of government information technology consulting experience to her new role, including time as a program and project manager responsible for supporting initiatives in the states […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s Sikorsky subsidiary and Boeing have flight-tested the carrying capacity of a demonstrator for a helicopter designed to transport the U.S. Army’s cargo and personnel. The SB>1 DEFIANT aircraft carried a 5,300-pound Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System training load while flying at the Florida-based Sikorsky Development Flight Center, Lockheed said. SB>1 DEFIANT serves as […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration has come up with a project website to inform the public about the proposed plan of a Sierra Nevada subsidiary to use the Space Florida Shuttle Landing Facility in Titusville, Florida, for reentry operations of its Dream Chaser vehicle. FAA said Friday Dream Chaser is a reusable reentry spaceplane from Sierra […] More
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