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Michael Conlin, DoD Chief Data Officer, Inducted Into 2020 Wash100 for His Efforts to Push Data Science and Talent Recruitment to Shift DoD’s Culture

Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Michael Conlin, chief data officer for the Department of Defense, as an inductee into the 2020 edition of the Wash100 Award for his role in pushing data science in the department and working to improve talent recruitment to shift DoD’s culture. This honor marks Conlin’s first Wash100 win

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HP Federal’s Todd Gustafson: Agencies Should Identify Cybersecurity Gaps, Invest in Endpoint Defense Platforms

Todd Gustafson, president of HP's federal arm, has said government organizations need to recognize security issues in endpoint devices that are connected to a mobile federal workforce and implement protective measures to avoid a cyberattack. "Whatever approach an organization takes, it must accept the need for change and embrace the idea that every technology decision is a security decision," Gustafson wrote in a FedTech guest piece.

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Coras’ SaaS-Based Application Platform Gets FedRAMP Ready Status

Coras has received a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Ready designation for a software-as-a-service platform designed to help agencies move applications to a cloud environment. The company said Friday it demonstrated the CorasNow Federal application platform’s capacity to meet technical requirements under FedRAMP. Dan Naselius, president and chief technology officer of Coras, said the company aims …

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Lockheed Vet Angel Hunt Joins ACT I as Senior Contracts Manager; Michael Niggel Comments

Angel Hunt, a veteran of Lockheed Martin and Hewlett-Packard, has been named  senior manager for contracts at Advanced Concepts and Technologies International. “Ms. Hunt’s background in the areas of contract negotiation, contract management and administration, cost control, and regulatory compliance will enhance our contracting capabilities and support ACT I’s continued growth.” ACT …

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