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Mike McCalip, vice president of government programs and strategy at Carahsoft Technology, said in a blog post published Tuesday that the Department of Defense should continue to facilitate communication and collaboration with stakeholders to eliminate data silos as it fully implements MHS Genesis, its new electronic health record platform for the Military Health System.

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Lance Spencer, client executive vice president for defense at AT&T, leads the company’s efforts to help the Department of Defense modernize its operations with 5G offerings. Spencer recently sat down with ExecutiveBiz for an Executive Spotlight interview, during which he discussed the immense potential of 5G, its ability to transform the way the military uses technology and the challenges that may be faced in its development and deployment. 

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ECS will add Microsoft Defender as an endpoint tool to the second version of its Army Endpoint Security Solution as part of capability improvements and upgrades, said Mark Maglin, ECS' vice president of Department of Defense cybersecurity. Maglin discussed in an interview his company's plan to accomplish the five-year, $430 million contract recompete it won from the U.S. Army Cyber Command in September 2022.

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The Department of Defense has authorized Idemia Identity and Security North America to provide training and job opportunities in engineering, information technology and other areas to transitioning U.S. military service members. Idemia said Thursday it will serve as an authorized organization under the Skillbridge Program and help U.S. military members find placement within the company based on their experience, availability and capacity to train during their final 180 days of active-duty service.

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L3Harris Technologies will modernize and sustain space surveillance systems under two Department of Defense contracts worth up to $134 million. The company said Thursday it was awarded the Ground Based Optical Sensor System and Space Fence Sustainment contracts to support the Maintenance of Space Situational Awareness Integrated Capabilities program of the U.S. Space Force.

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KBR has won a $75 million recompete task order to provide the Department of Defense with research and analysis services for a variety of emerging technologies. Issued as part of the DOD Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract vehicle, the five-year task order covers critical technology areas of advanced materials, trusted artificial intelligence and renewable energy generation storage.

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The Department of Defense seeks to determine the interest and ability of industry partners to provide research, development, test, evaluation, engineering and technical services in support of the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research & Engineering. The required services will be applied to the 14 technology priorities of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Critical Technologies, according to a sources sought notice posted on SAM.gov.

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Forescout will implement zero trust principles across the Department of Defense Information Network and deliver additional capabilities to improve the security of operational technology networks under the new Comply-to-Connect contract with DOD. The award marks the fourth year and fourth phase of DOD’s C2C program, which seeks to deliver enterprise capabilities to help manage cyber […] More
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