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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected National Instruments to provide software-defined radios for a channel emulation testbed DARPA will use in a collaborative machine-learning competition. NI said Tuesday its software-defined radios will aid various open source and tool flows such as GNU radio, RFNoC and LabVIEW system design software for the agency’s Colosseum testbed. Colosseum is designed to […] More
Leidos and Endeavor Robotics have forged a partnership to bid for increments two and three of the U.S. Navy’s Advanced Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robotic System program. Tom Frost, president of Endeavor Robotics, said in a statement released Monday the company will combine its experience in ground robotics systems integration with Leidos’ resources and defense systems integration experience […] More
NASA has selected the Goddard Space Flight Center’s team of industry and academic investigators to build a spectrometer that will work to support planet formation research aboard NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy. The space agency said Thursday the High Resolution Mid-InfrarEd Spectrometer will be built by a team of investigators with GSFC senior scientist Samuel Harvey Moseley […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has conducted a demonstration to test a network of more than 100 mobile tools designed to detect radioactive materials as part of the SIGMA program. DARPA said Tuesday the pocket-sized detectors developed through the SIGMA program worked to detect the intensity and location of radiation sources during the one-month […] More
Laurence Grayer of Veterans Moving Forward, Gregory Nixon of Cerberus and Josh Petty of Booz Allen Hamilton have made Trending 40’s list of top corporate counsels in Washington, D.C. for 2016. The legal professionals will be honored during a ceremony that will be held Sept. 21 at Crystal City, Virginia. Other honorees include Mitre‘s Julie Bowen, AT&T‘s Rishi Chhatwal, PwC‘s Eliza Nagle, Northrop Grumman‘s Charlton Walker […] More
The U.S. Agency for International Development has released the initial list of funding recipients under a $30 million competition that seeks to develop methods and tools for counter-Zika virus efforts. USAID said Tuesday it received almost 900 proposals worldwide for its Combating Zika and Future Threats: A Grand Challenge for Development and chose only 21 submissions across such categories as vector […] More
NASA’s Planetary Data System has unveiled Mercury’s initial global digital elevation model produced through the use of at least 100,000 images and data collected by the space agency’s MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging spacecraft. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory said Friday the global DEM details the planet’s lowest and highest elevation and other topographic features. […] More
Bill Bennett serves as Director of AECOM‘s Defense Department and Intelligence Community information technology services programs. Bennett worked at Engility‘s TASC subsidiary as director of the defense business unit before he joined AECOM in April 2015. He has also led the U.S. Army and defense intelligence group at CGI Federal and was a principal systems engineer with Lockheed […] More
Paul Retzbach has joined Reston, Virginia-based computer security services company CertiPath as its new chief operating officer. CertiPath said Tuesday Retzbach started his new role in January and holds at least 20 years of experience in the global security and software markets as well as areas such as business development, project management, business process improvement and profit-and-loss management. Retzbach previously served […] More
NASA has chosen four proposals to enter contract negotiations as part of a program to develop solar array technologies to operate in high-radiation and low-temperature environments for future deep space missions. The space agency said Tuesday initial contract awards have a value of $400,000 each and cover a nine-month period of design, testing and analysis work for the Game Changing Development program. […] More
PARC has been awarded a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract to build a nanotechnology-enabled printer that uses micrometer-size particles to produce macroscopic objects. The company said Wednesday the contract was awarded as part of DARPA’s Atoms to Product program, which began research efforts in December 2015. PARC said it will employ the help of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland in […] More
Rob Silverman is a senior vice president of the commercial and civil services unit of management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. The 14-year veteran Silverman has provided analytics, operations research and program management expertise for the company since he started his role in April 2002. Silverman has held other roles under different companies such as Logistics […] More
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