Tag Archives: Georgia

Georgia’s $100M Cyber Center to Open July 10

The state of Georgia is scheduled to open on July 10 the first of two buildings within a $100 million cyber facility at Augusta University’s Riverfront Campus. Georgia Cyber Center is built to facilitate collaboration among industry, academia, the U.S. Army, law enforcement and federal and state governments on cybersecurity research …

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NTT Data, GTA Extend Georgia IT Infrastructure Support Partnership; Chris Merdon Comments

NTT Data‘s services division and the Georgia Technology Authority have extended a partnership agreement to help the state’s government entities manage information technology assets. The company said Monday it has supported more than 41,000 computers and operating systems built for public sector employees throughout Georgia over the past nine years. “We’re extremely …

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Envistacom Opens Georgia-Based Innovation Hub to Support Defense Customers

Envistacom has opened a facility in Duluth, Georgia, to research and develop technology platforms intended to support the Defense Department‘s military communications and counterterrorism efforts. The company said Tuesday its 25,000 square-foot innovation center includes space for Envistacom customers to engineer and test counterterrorism, satellite communications and cybersecurity systems. Alan …

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DynCorp to Deliver Equipment Related Services for Army TACOM Services

DynCorp International has received a potential $14.5 million contract to deliver equipment related services in support of U.S. Army TACOM Strategic Services Solutions. The contract entails the company to contribute qualified personnel, general mechanics tool kits and site supervision to Army TRADOC training locations in Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina and Virginia, DynCorp said Monday. …

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C4 Planning Solutions Awarded Marine Systems Engineering Support IDIQ

C4 Planning Solutions has won a potential five-year, $48.8 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide engineering support for command, control, communications and computer systems at U.S. Marine Corps bases and installations. The Defense Department said Friday work also covers technical support; installation assistance for fielded C4 systems; troubleshooting; network …

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Engility Opens New Office in Augusta, Georgia

Engility has established a new facility in Augusta, Georgia, as the company seeks to access the area’s cyber talent pool and expand support to customers at Fort Gordon. Chantilly, Virginia-based Engility said Monday its new office will also house program management personnel who coordinate the activities of approximately 100 company employees across …

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Navy Awards Lockheed $51M Contract Modification for Trident II Missile Production

Lockheed Martin will continue to produce Trident II D5 submarine-launched fleet ballistic missiles for the U.S. Navy and provide support for deployed D5 systems under a  $51.1 million contract modification. The Defense Department said Wednesday work will primarily occur in California, Florida, Georgia, Washington, Utah, Virginia, Maryland and Georgia through Sept. 30, 2017. …

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Lockheed to Continue Trident II D5 Missile Production for Navy

Lockheed Martin‘s space systems business has secured a $43.9 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to produce Trident II D5 submarine-launched fleet ballistic missiles and carry out support for deployed D5 systems. The Defense Department said Friday work will occur in California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Washington, Utah and Virginia through Sept. 30, 2017. The …

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Curt Kolcun: Microsoft Seeks to Facilitate Govt Cloud Adoption Through New Services, Programs

Microsoft has introduced new programs and services that seek to help government agencies adopt cloud platforms. Curt Kolcun, vice president of the U.S. public sector at Microsoft, wrote in an article published Tuesday that the company has made the Azure Government Marketplace and the Operations Management Suite portal available to Azure Government …

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Unisys’ Jennifer Napper, Tom Patterson Say ARCYBER Should Adopt Software-Defined Networks, Managed Services

Jennifer Napper, group vice president for defense and intelligence group at Unisys, has said the U.S. Army Cyber Command should adopt software-defined networks as the country counters ground conflicts in the Middle East and faces dwindling resources, PCMag reported Wednesday. Sophia Stuart writes Napper made the remarks at TechNet Augusta …

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