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  • Dots and Bridges“™ CEO Pete Tseronis Highlights Key IT Challenge - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Dots and Bridges“™ CEO Pete Tseronis Highlights Key IT Challenge

    When President Trump signed the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act into law in December, he also codified the Modernizing Government Technology Act, an amendment allowing agencies greater freedom in using allocated funds to spur digital transformation. That ongoing initiative has come as the public and private sectors continue to grapple with a variety of IT […] More

  • Jay Mork: GDNexus Aperture Seeks to Offer Innovation, New Tech in ISR - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Jay Mork: GDNexus Aperture Seeks to Offer Innovation, New Tech in ISR

    The GDNexus web portal now offers to help clients find relevant technologies for mission requirements in the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance business, says Jay Mork, chief technology officer at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. “By opening up the GDNexus aperture to include ISR, we help our customers access new and existing technology, as we continue […] More

  • DRC's Gay Porter and Curt Bedke on Supporting the FDA's Scientific Computing Operations - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DRC’s Gay Porter and Curt Bedke on Supporting the FDA’s Scientific Computing Operations

    Beginning in September 2012, Dynamics Research Corporation began providing the Food and Drug Administration with scientific computing services through its high performance technologies group on a contract worth up to $50 million over five years. The Andover, Mass.-based professional services and technology contractor will work to help the FDA adopt new technologies and provide processing, storage and connectivity support for the […] More

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    NASA Launching Tech Transfer Database

    NASA is launching a new technology transfer portal for U.S. businesses and the public to acquire technology from the agency, NASA announced Wednesday. The agency said research and development will transfer back into the U.S. economy through licenses, patents and intellectual property agreements. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said one of the agency’s priorities is to […] More

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