Tag Archives: Justice Department

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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Executive Profile: Timothy Hurlebaus, CGI Federal, Senior Vice President for National Security and Defense Programs

Timothy Hurlebaus is CGI Federal's senior vice president for national security and defense programs. He leads the company's NSDP in delivering solutions for U.S. federal organizations, including the departments of Justice and Homeland Security, several intelligence community clients and the General Services Administration. Hurlebaus is also a member of the …

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CBP Flying Drones Against Cartel Speedboats, Subs

Customs and Border Protection is flying drones over the Caribbean to scout for submarines and speedboats transporting narcotics, Nextgov reports. Guardian, a maritime version of the Predator drone, is outfitted with search radar and electro/infrared sensors. CBP currently has 10 drones in its arsenal, but the Department of Homeland Security …

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Infected Govt. Computers Facing March 8 Shutdown

Computers used by nearly half of the government's major agencies may be forced offline early next month. Researchers from the security firm Internet Identity reported at least one computer or router within 27 of 55 government entities was infected with the DNSChanger virus. The virus works by forcing infected machines …

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Report: NIST, DOJ Issue Guide to Cut Fingerprint Analysis Errors

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently released a joint report with the Justice Department directing agencies how to improve biometrics practices by reducing human error during fingerprint analysis. NIST pointed to several factors that compromise fingerprint and forensic analysis such as inadequate training and complex technology. NIST said …

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Former DOJ PC Crime Chief Michael DuBose to Lead Kroll Cyber Practice

Altegrity‘s Kroll subsidiary appointed former Justice Department computer crime and intellectual property section chief Michael DuBose as cyber investigations practice leader and managing director. Kroll said DuBose will oversee the practice within the subsidiary’s business intelligence and investigations group. Robert Brenner, Kroll’s vice president of business intelligence and investigations in …

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CACI to Help Modernize DOJ IT Systems; Paul Cofoni Comments

CACI International Inc. has received nearly $19 million in task orders to support information technology systems for the Justice Department's Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys and Civil Rights Division, CACI announced Thursday. A $16 million task order to operate enterprise application operations and support maintenance for case management systems at …

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Profile: Chris Nolan, Head of SI Organization’s Government Relations

Chris Nolan acts as director of government relations for the SI Organization, Inc., mission-focused systems engineering and integration services provider. He has held this position since June 2010. Nolan is responsible for developing and implementing the company’s strategic relationships and policy positions as he leads interaction with congress, the White House, executive …

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Executive Spotlight: Ted Davies of Unisys

Photo: Ted Davies, Unisys Ted Davies is president of the Federal Systems unit of Unisys, which provides consulting, systems integration, managed services and outsourcing to U.S. government clients. His responsibilities include driving the transformation of federal systems in the competitive federal marketplace. Davies has been with Unisys since 2003 and …

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DOJ, FBI Dismantle Global Scareware Ring

The Justice Department and the FBI, along with international law enforcement partners, have announced the indictment of two individuals from Latvia and the seizure of more than 40 computers, servers and bank accounts as part of Operation Trident Tribunal, a coordinated enforcement effort targeting global cyber crime. The operation targeted …

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