Tag Archives: Information Technology

CBP Seeks Sources for Management Support to Network Operations Center

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection is seeking information on potential vendors that can help run and maintain an agency facility built to support up to 17,000 enterprise network devices. CBP needs support personnel to ensure continuity of operations at the agency’s Network Operations Center, the Department of Homeland Security said in a FedBizOpps notice published Thursday. Task …

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Deltek: 2017 Federal Budget Presents Opportunity for Cyber, R&D, Health IT Vendors

Deltek estimates contractor-addressable spending on the U.S. government’s mission-critical programs will increase by $18 billion to about $682 billion in fiscal year 2017 if Congress approves the White House’s latest budget request. The company’s “FY 2017 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities” report examines potential business opportunities the $1.14 trillion discretionary spending plan offers to the GovCon sector, Deltek …

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CACI to Offer IT Modernization Support Through VA T4NG Contract; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International seeks to support the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ information technology modernization efforts under the 10-year, $22.3 billion Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation multiple-award contract. The company said Wednesday the 10-year contract aims to support a VA-wide total IT modernization program and represents work as part of its health market portfolio. CACI added it …

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Telos Launches IT Governance, Risk & Compliance Assessment Engine

Telos has unveiled a new assessment engine for information technology governance, risk and security compliance to help enterprises manage those functions and authorizations. Xacta AE works to help security professionals manage IT risks on a day-to-day basis through continuous information monitoring and assurance on authorization in cloud computing environments, Telos said Wednesday. Telos President …

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Exclusive: NTT Data & Dell Federal Services Leaders Detail Post-Combination Market Strategy

The government technology and professional services market received a new layer to its mergers-and-acquisition landscape Monday upon the news that the system integration subsidiary of Tokyo-based Nippon Telegraph and Telephone will purchase Dell’s services business for $3.05 billion. Through the deal, Dell’s federal government services business will combine with the similar unit inside NTT …

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Genesys Works Expands IT Internship Program to National Capital Region; George Newstrom Comments

Genesys Works has expanded its information technology internship program for high school students from low-income families to Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. metropolitan area. The non-profit organization will collaborate with Fairfax County public schools to carry out the expansion which was made possible partly through AT&T‘s $500,000 contribution, Genesys said Monday. George …

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NCCoE Deploys OSIsoft’s PI System for Cyber Tools Integration

OSIsoft’s PI System has been deployed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology at the National Cyber Center of Excellence to support the integration of standards-based cybersecurity tools. The company said Tuesday it seeks to provide data management services using operations technology and information technology to the U.S. cyber infrastructure. Project Performance …

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FireEye-Parsons Alliance Seeks to Offer Multisector Cybersecurity Platforms; David DeWalt, Chuck Harrington Comment

FireEye and Parsons have partnered to develop a portfolio of technology and service offerings designed to minimize security risks in physical and cyber systems. The alliance seeks to combine FireEye’s threat intelligence and information technology protection services with Parsons’ critical infrastructure management expertise, FireEye said Monday. “Critical infrastructure providers are …

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Unisys’ Casey Coleman Foresees IT Strategies in 2016 Federal Sector

Casey Coleman, vice president of the federal civilian business group at Unisys, has forecast that agencies will aim to implement strategies to centralize common information technology functions, strengthen cybersecurity and refine IT acquisition processes over the next year. She wrote in a blog entry posted Monday that she observed many agencies eyeing …

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SAIC’s Bob Fecteau: Corporate CIOs Need Standardized Practices

Bob Fecteau, chief information officer at Science Applications International Corp., has said companies should standardize practices in order to allow CIOs to perform enterprise resource management initiatives. Fecteau wrote in an article published Dec. 15 on The Enterprisers Project website that a CIO’s basic responsibility is to oversee the deployment of information technology platforms …

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