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Project Hosts will offer a business intelligence and analytics platform from Birst to government agencies through a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-authorized cloud service. The Birst Networked BI and Analytics platform works to connect centralized and decentralized BI applications through a shared analytical data structure and to virtualize analytics and data ecosystems, Birst said Tuesday. Scott Chapman, […] More
ARNOLD MORSE GENERAL COUNSEL AND CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER CNSI Arnold Morse is CNSI’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer. He comes to CNSI from CACI International Inc, where he served in a number of positions in contracts, subcontracts and legal during a 20+ year career, culminating in his role as Chief Legal Officer and Corporate […] More
Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army and a retired four-star general, has joined AM General as executive chairman of the military and commercial vehicles manufacturer. AM General said Tuesday he will collaborate with President and CEO Andy Hove as well as the company’s parent corporation MacAndrews & Forbes to implement strategic growth initiatives. Hove said that […] More
The government contracting industry and its agency customers are both grappling with questions as to how they can keep pace with fast technology advancements as requirements and demands of users change with those trends. With the rapid development of new technologies, legal counsel is more important than ever. The general counsel executives in the government […] More
Randy Wood, vice president of federal sales at F5 Networks, has recommended federal information technology officials focus on what he describes as fundamental things necessary to address cyber threats. Wood wrote in a blog post published Wednesday on Carahsoft‘s website that cyber attacks, threat vectors and a large selection of potential security offerings can be overwhelming federal […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s F-35 fighter jet has completed its first live air-to-air kill test on a drone over a military test range off of California’s coastline Thursday. Lockheed said Monday Maj. Raven LeClair, U.S. Air Force test pilot, fired an AIM-9X missile towards an aerial drone target through the use of the plane’s mission systems sensors identification and targeting capacity to track information […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has unveiled the $2 million Spectrum Collaboration Challenge that seeks to develop software-defined radios that could work with other simultaneously operating radios in the electromagnetic spectrum. The phased challenge will begin in 2017 and run for three years and has 30 slots available to interested participants who will contend to develop spectrum-sharing radio-frequency communications, DARPA said […] More
The Identity Theft Resource Center found during a study that there were 781 publicly reported data breaches across the U.S. public and private sectors during 2015. Forty-percent of those breaches tracked by ITRC occurred in the business sector, an 8.1 percent increase from 2014 figures, the center said Jan. 25. Healthcare organizations had the second highest percentage of data security incidents last […] More
Howard Byrd, director of federal contracts at Deloitte Services LP, joined other panelists in a Compusearch Software Systems-hosted discussion on the migration to the “next generation” of government contracts management. The GovCon Contracts Maturity panel discussion was the first in Compusearch’s Executive Panel series on GovCon best practices, Compusearch said Tuesday. Other panelists include Kelly […] More
Falls Church, Virginia-based CSRA made its highly-anticipated entry into the government contracting market Nov. 30 and in conjunction started trading on the New York Stock Exchange as a public company listed in both the S&P 500 composite index and Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Index of 30 contractor stocks. CSRA formed through a merger of the former Computer Sciences Corp. North American public sector […] More
A MeriTalk-formed industry advocacy group has developed a six-step plan that it believes the U.S. government should adopt to increase transparency and efficiency in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. FedRAMP Fast Forward said Monday it crafted the proposal in a move to encourage the federal government to implement a “do-once-use-many” approach to assess and […] More
Deanna Doan, a nearly 20-year program management professional, has joined Allegheny Science & Technology as director of defense and intelligence programs at the McLean, Virginia-based government services provider. She succeeds George Spencer, who will transition into an executive vice president role and support the company’s research, development and demonstration projects in the federal sector, Allegheny […] More
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