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  • Allegheny Opens Tysons Metro Center Headquarters; Arria Hines Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Allegheny Opens Tysons Metro Center Headquarters; Arria Hines Comments

    Allegheny Science & Technology has opened a Tysons Metro Center headquarters in an effort to respond to the growing customer needs in Washington. Allegheny leased the facility to serve as its National Capitol Regional base, where the company“™s corporate business development, proposal and recruiting operations will be located, Allegheny said Wednesday. “It“™s an exciting time for […] More

  • Executive Profile: Joseph Leonelli, Raytheon VP of Strategic Initiatives, Applied Signal Technology - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Executive Profile: Joseph Leonelli, Raytheon VP of Strategic Initiatives, Applied Signal Technology

    Joseph Leonelli is currently the vice president of strategic initiatives at Raytheon“™s Applied Signal Technology. In this role, Leonelli leads the corporate strategy for new business growth, marketing and communications. Previous to this, Leonelli served as vice president of the company“™s intelligence and electronic warfare systems division following the consolidation of the corporate tactical signals […] More

  • AST to Present at AUSA Meeting and Expo - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    AST to Present at AUSA Meeting and Expo

    Applied Signal Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:APSG) will present its best work in tactical signals intelligence (SIGINT) products and technologies at the 2010 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Meeting and Exposition, Oct. 25-27, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. According to the firm, “it will feature a sampling of its low […] More

  • Applied Signal Technology Books Deal Worth $232M - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Applied Signal Technology Books Deal Worth $232M

    Applied Signal Technology, Inc. announced today it has received an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract from an undisclosed customer. Under the five-year contract, which has a total ceiling value of $232 million, AST will provide a wide range of advanced ISR capabilities and related services to the U.S. government. AST will develop and integrate specialized […] More

  • Tuesday Tip Jar - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Tuesday Tip Jar

    This week, Applied Signal Technology’s President of Network Intelligence Roger Anderson spoke to TheNewNewInternet about what emerging technologies or processes can be leveraged to improve cybersecurity in the federal government: “Effective identity management, better authentication of communications and a better architected set of security appliances are critical. Today“™s security appliances, which do a reasonable job […] More

  • AST's Roger Anderson on Addressing Federal Cyber Challanges - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    AST’s Roger Anderson on Addressing Federal Cyber Challanges

    Roger Anderson, vice president of network intelligence at Applied Signal technology, recently shared with TheNewNewInternet some of the products and services his company offers to help address federal cybersecurity challenges: “Most of our current technology has been developed to address IC missions; however, the same technology is directly applicable to DoD, DHS and DISA needs. We […] More

  • Roger Anderson of Applied Signal Technology: Current Security Appliances Not Much Defense against Nation-State Hackers - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Roger Anderson of Applied Signal Technology: Current Security Appliances Not Much Defense against Nation-State Hackers

    Roger Anderson has been involved in intelligence-related activities his entire career. In the 1980s, he worked on Department of Defense TIARA programs while at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He then joined the CIA and spent 15 years there, working on all of the NFIP programs with the primary focus on SIGINT and technical collection […] More

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