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A laboratory run by Lockheed Martin‘s Sandia subsidiary is seeking partners for research and development into ephemeral biometrics for cyber identity management and insider threat monitoring functions. Sandia National Laboratories is looking to boost cyber identity authentication and develop new tools to address insider threats through cooperative research and development agreements or work for others agreements, the lab said […] More
James Ellis Jr., a member of the Level 3 Communications board of directors for more than nine years, has been appointed chairman of the board following Walter Scott Jr.’s retirement. “Jim brings more than 40 years of experience in managing and leading complex, technology-focused organizations to this appointment,” Jeff Storey, Level 3 president and chief executive officer, said […] More
The Telecommunications Industry Association has submitted comments to the General Services Administration on a proposal to adopt cybersecurity standards for the federal acquisition and contracting process, FCW reported Tuesday. Mark Rockwell writes that the group urged the GSA to allow for more flexibility in its proposed contractor security rules so innovation won’t be stifled. TIA […] More
U.S. contractors’ investments in overseas markets and other business segments this year should help offset the impact of weak domestic orders and defense spending limits, The Washington Post reported Monday. Amrita Jayakumar writes that General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grummanposted stronger profits in the companies’ earnings reports for the first quarter of 2014 but […] More
William Swanson, chairman of Raytheon‘s board of directors, has been inducted into the U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame for his work to promote STEM education for future engineers and scientists. Swanson received his award at the 2014 U.S. News STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference in Washington, Raytheon announced Friday. “As someone who benefitted from […] More
Harris Corp. has completed a series of interoperability tests on Falcon III manpack radios that host a waveform the company has developed for a U.S. military satellite communications system. “This milestone puts us on schedule to release the MUOS waveform through a software upgrade to the combat-proven AN/PRC-117G terminal next year,” George Helm, president of Harris RF Communications‘ […] More
Rob Rabinek serves as vice president for contracts and procurement for General Dynamics Information Technology’s intelligence solutions division, where the close-to-30-year federal procurement exec manages a number of related administration, compliance and other activities. Rabinek’s portfolio of responsibilities includes: contract, subcontract and government property administration contract compliance and quality assurance procurement export and import compliance […] More
Comark has been selected by Lockheed Martin to supply human machine interface equipment for installation on the U.S. Navy‘s DDG 51-class guided missile destroyers. The Comark HMI platform is designed with Intel‘s Core i5 processor and a touchscreen engine control system, Comark said Tuesday. Comark will also provide LED-LCD displays that are built to comply […] More
Chris Kubasik, former president and chief operating officer at Lockheed Martin, has joined New York City-based investment banking firm Seabury Group to serve in the same roles. John Luth, Seabury chairman and CEO, said Monday that the firm appointed Kubasik for his experience in the international and professional services markets, as well as his background in […] More
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems will produce the network communications element for the Air Force‘s GPS III satellites under a $26 million subcontract with Lockheed Martin. The contract is a follow-on to previous deals with Lockheed that cover delivery of NCE components and procurement of parts for eight GPS III space vehicles, General Dynamics said Friday. Funding for NCEs […] More
Christopher Kubasik, formerly president and chief operating officer Lockheed Martin until 2012, has been appointed to the board of advisers at Seabury Group, an advisory and investment banking company. “In joining Seabury’s board of advisors, Chris joins a distinguished group that includes Douglas Steenland, formerly CEO of Northwest Airlines and David Turnbull, former CEO of the Swire Group and […] More
Eric Gill, a 10-year Savi Technology veteran and formerly manager of the company’s EMEA business, has been promoted to vice president of international sales and will work to support the company’s international market expansion aims. Gill be responsible for helping develop a customer base and partner ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, the company […] More
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