Tag Archives: DevSecOps

DISA Releases Draft Solicitation for $960M Test, Evaluation and Certification II Services IDIQ

Defense Information Systems Agency

The Defense Information Systems Agency has issued a draft request for proposals for a potential $960 million follow-on contract for test and evaluation support services. The proposed Test, Evaluation and Certification II Services vehicle will be a single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a base performance period of four years, five option years and a six-month option term.

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FAA Releases Cybersecurity Operations Support RFI

Cybersecurity support

The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking information on industry capabilities to help inform its strategy for the procurement of cybersecurity operations support services. FAA plans to compete a five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for such services in support of its security operations center that helps monitor information security incidents and protect the information technology infrastructure of the FAA and the Department of Transportation.

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Executive Spotlight: Venkatapathi ‘PV’ Puvvada, NetImpact Strategies CEO & Former President of Unisys Federal

PV Puvvada CEO NetImpact Strategies

PV Puvvada, a more than three-decade Unisys veteran and six-time Wash100 Award winner, recently discussed his appointment as chief executive officer of the information technology and management consulting company, NetImpact Strategies. “My passion has been to help government organizations take advantage of digital technologies to improve their mission performance significantly," said Puvvada. 

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PSI Opens New Facility in Florida for Collaborative Tech Development

PSI

Planned Systems International has established a new Valparaiso, Florida-based collaborative facility where the company plans to offer hands-on prototype production, engineering, agile software development and cloud services. The company said Thursday the PSI Innovation Facility will house 3D printing and traditional fabrication technologies to help partners and customers learn about and develop prototypes.

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Raytheon Embraces DevSecOps in Software Modernization; David Appel Quoted

David Appel VP Raytheon Technologies

Raytheon Technologies' intelligence and space business is applying a DevSecOps approach in efforts to speed up software development and enhancement processes. “The threat model is changing. Spend more time on the software and the threats, and you can react more quickly," said David Appel, vice president of defense and civil solutions at Raytheon Intelligence & Space.

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Former GitLab Director Paul Almeida Joins Anchore as Public Sector Sales VP

Paul Almeida Public Sector Sales VP Anchore

Paul Almeida, former director of public sector sales at GitLab, has joined Anchore to serve as vice president, responsible for driving the company's sales in the public sector, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Tuesday. He will contribute experience in product sales and account management gained from his nearly 30-year career that also includes work with Oracle and VMWare.

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National Ground Intell Center Seeks Info on Software Dev’t, Data Science Services

NGIC

The National Ground Intelligence Center wants to identify potential market sources of software development and data science services in support of the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense and the intelligence community. NGIC said Friday in a SAM notice it seeks market information on the said services needed to support intelligence analysts and adopt DevSecOps as the center transitions from outdated methods of development and systems management.

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Lockheed Martin Demos U-2 Dragon Lady Aircraft With Kubernetes Cloud; Jeff Babione Quoted

Jeff Babione Skunk Works VP

Lockheed Martin has demonstrated the use of Kubernetes-based processing aboard a U-2 Dragon Lady reconnaissance aircraft as a precursor to achieving real-time software deliveries during flights. The Kubernetes containerization technology test, conducted in November, supports an effort to create a secure software development environment that allows aircraft to accommodate software updates when airborne, Lockheed said Monday.

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