Tag Archives: USCYBERCOM

AFCEA Selects Accenture Federal Services’ George Franz for Army Cyber Award

George Franz, a managing director of Accenture‘s federal services business and retired U.S. Army major general, has received a Saint Isidore Army Cyber award from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association to acknowledge his cyberspace expertise. Accenture said Wednesday Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone, head of the Army Cyber Command, presented AFCEA’s “Gold Level Medallion” …

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Root9B Secures Cybercom Support Subcontract

Root9B has received a potential five-year subcontract from Science Applications International Corp. to help update the U.S. Cyber Command‘s technology platforms designed for exercise support, operations, planning and training. The Joint Operations Center and Special Programs Support Task Order 2 subcontract covers support for Cybercom and JOC operations at Fort Meade, Maryland, R9B said Thursday. R9B …

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Parsons Subsidiary Lands Cybercom Support Task Order; Carey Smith Comments

Parsons‘ Secure Mission Solutions subsidiary has secured a five-year task order from the General Services Administration to provide support services for the U.S. Cyber Command. Parsons said Wednesday it will help USCYBERCOM address its capability development group’s requirements through research and development, engineering, test and evaluation, information technology and professional services. “This award continues our …

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SAIC Partners With NCI to Support Cybercom Missions; Brian Clark Comments

NCI has received a subcontract from Science Applications International Corp. to support cybersecurity operations of the U.S. Cyber Command. SAIC is one of the six prime contractors on a potential $460 million Cybercom mission services contract awarded in May and will collaborate with NCI in efforts to help protect and manage Defense Department networks, NCI said Thursday. …

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GovCon Firms Eye Digital Defense Contracting Activity; Nadia Short Comments

Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and General Dynamics are potential bidders on the Defense Department’s $460 million digital services contract in support of U.S. Cyber Command, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. Chris Strohm writes the Pentagon has increased spending on cyber over the past two fiscal years even as spending declines on other programs. …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – May 11, 2010

General Keith Alexander was confirmed by the Senate as head of Cyber Command. Wood Parker commented on Larry Strang’s hiring at TASC to develop cyber initatives. A new cyber attack highlights the need for “defense in depth.” DOE hosted its annual small business conference. Finding NEEMO: NASA goes underwater. Hackers …

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