Tag Archives: Justice Department

Executive Profile: Scott Gray, Lockheed Martin IT & Security VP

Scott Gray serves as vice president for the information technology and security business at Lockheed Martin, where he oversees more than 1,200 employees and a portfolio of IT services for government clients including the Departments of Homeland Security, Justice, Transportation and General Services Administration, among others. Before assuming his current role in April 2015, …

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DHS Issues RFI on Open Source, Social Media Analytics Tools

The Department of Homeland Security is soliciting information on open-source and social media analytics technology that can be used to facilitate agency efforts to guard the U.S. against threats. DHS said Monday in a FedBizOpps notice its science and technology directorate and social media task force are interested in deploying analytics tools to support criminal investigations, screening …

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Raytheon-Websense Selected for FBI Network Consolidation Project; Michelle Youngers Comments

Raytheon-Websense has received a potential $8 million contract from the Justice Department to build a virtual network for FBI agents and analysts to access and view secret and unclassified systems on the same monitor, GCN reported Wednesday. Stephanie Kanowitz writes DOJ awarded the contract through the FBI’s Enclave Consolidation Initiative that seeks …

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CACI Receives Justice Department Content Mgmt Task Order

CACI International has received a five-year, $22 million task order to implement the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives content management system. The system is designed to capture documents, license explosives, track firearms and process fugitive warrant records, CACI said Thursday. CACI will also develop agile software, maintain …

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DOJ Surveys Potential Sources of Cyber Operations Support

The Justice Department is conducting market research on potential sources of cybersecurity operations support services to the Justice Security Operations Center. In a notice posted June 3 on FedBizOpps, DOJ said it is seeking vendors with the resources and experience to support JSOC’s threat detection, monitoring and response functions. The department …

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Michael Donlan: California DOJ OKs Microsoft Azure Gov’t for FBI Criminal Records Access

Microsoft‘s government cloud offering is now available to law enforcement agencies in California after the state’s justice department established Microsoft Azure Government‘s compliance with federal data security and privacy regulations. Michael Donlan, vice president of Microsoft’s U.S. state and local government business, said Wednesday on the company website that compliance covers standards …

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Dan Nelson Joins Lockheed as Media Relations VP

Dan Nelson, formerly communications strategies lead at General Electric’s digital energy business, has joined Lockheed Martin as vice president of worldwide media relations. He will report to Jennifer Whitlow, senior VP of corporate communications, and serve as Lockheed’s chief spokesperson and adviser to senior executives on media engagements, Lockheed Martin …

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Executive Profile: Cozy Bailey, Nat’l Security Programs Executive at Dell

Cozy Bailey serves as national security programs customer executive within the federal group of Dell‘s services segment. The more than 30-year technology veteran has responsibility for the company’s business in the Department of Homeland Security, Justice Department and intelligence community. He is a 1975 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, where he received a …

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Richard Waddell: APL to House DOJ Criminal Justice R&D Center, Evaluate Tech Outcomes

Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory will host a research center for the Justice Department‘s National Institute of Justice to test and conduct operational evaluations of non-forensic technologies for state and local law enforcement, corrections agencies, and courts. APL has signed a five-year cooperative agreement with DOJ to house the National Criminal …

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Paul Strasser: PPC to Continue IT Support for DOJ Victim Notification System

The Project Performance Company has signed a potential five-year, $17.5 million contract with the Justice Department to provide operation, maintenance and other IT support services for the department’s Victim Notification System. PPC CEO Paul Strasser said Tuesday the contract continues the company’s support for the automated notification system, which began in 2009. This follow-on contract also covers program …

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Tawanda Smith: iFOS Lands DOJ Staff Augmentation Services Contract

The Justice Department has awarded Intelligent Fiscal Optimal Solutions a five-year, $3 million contract to provide administrative, budget and program support services to DOJ’s Office on Violence Against Women for anti-violence programs. Columbia, Maryland-based iFOS said Wednesday the contract covers staff augmentation services for OVW activities. “We look forward to providing OVW with fresh solutions to minimize …

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