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Debbie Thurman serves as vice president of contracts and procurement at URS’ federal services division, headquartered in Germantown, MD. Thurman’s organization is responsible for all phases of contracting and procurement actions and includes approximately 300 professional staff members company-wide. She spoke with our sister site ExecutiveBiz to discuss the evolving budget environment and how she aims to […] More
Navy Adm. William McRaven, the retiring Special Operations Command chief, has been picked to head the University of Texas System by the school’s board of regents. The governing body approved McRaven’s candidacy by unanimous vote at a special meeting held earlier this week, UT said Tuesday. “We are honored to announce Adm. McRaven as our […] More
Curtiss-Wright has launched a rugged mobile Internet Protocol router subsystem for military ground vehicles and aircraft, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John Keller writes Curtiss-Wright’s Ashburn, Virginia-based defense solutions division worked to incorporate a Cisco-developed gigabit Ethernet switch into the new variant of the Parvus DuraMAR 5915 component. The combination of the Cisco 5915 router […] More
Stephan Thoma, formerly a global director of learning and development at Google, has joined European Leaders to lead its talent development division. European Leaders also opened a Berlin, Germany-based Central European regional office led by Martin Buhl, a former Oracle executive, European Leaders said Thursday. “The European tech space has never been more vibrant. But […] More
Stephan Thoma, formerly global director for learning and development at Google, has joined European Leaders as head of the company’s talent development division. He will oversee an organization that works to help technology firms develop talent and leadership in his new role, European Leaders said Thursday. “I want to bring the approach to talent development […] More
The Huntington Ingalls-built amphibious assault ship “America” left the company’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi on its maiden voyage ahead of the scheduled Oct. 11 commissioning in San Francisco. “America” is built for a crew of between 1,200 and 1,900 sailors including space for Marine helicopters, F-35 jets and other aircraft, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “The sailors and Marines serving aboard […] More
RTKL professionals are exploring how Internet-connected systems can help individuals, workplaces, facilities and communities, Michael Colburn of RTKL’s Technology Design Studio wrote on a blog published Thursday. Their goal is to develop methods for linking systems used in daily life to create “smarter” and responsive environments as well as to improve the user experience, according […] More
The Air Force National Capital Region is undertaking the second phase in the four-phase deployment of the AFNCR Shared Computing Environment with support from prime contractor Lockheed Martin, GCN reported Tuesday. William Jackson writes the SCE program, which provided AFNCR with a unified IT infrastructure and shared enterprise services, is focused on load balancing during the second deployment phase. […] More
Serco Inc., the Britain-based contractor’s North American subsidiary, has won a 10-year, $25 million contract to provide parking enforcement services and manage parking meter and traffic control operations in Inglewood, California. The company said Monday it will support daily traffic, parking, dispatch and customer services in the Los Angeles suburb as well as monitor scofflaws using license plate recognition technology. […] More
Greg Pelton serves as chief technology officer at Avaya Government Solutions, where he oversees the business division’s technical assets for serving federal government clients. Pelton developed the unit’s sales engineering organization and works to apply government standards to Avaya’s offerings, as well as to create go-to-market products and collateral. He started his career at Nortel, where he developed telecommunication […] More
Francis Yip has been promoted to serve as group vice president of Verizon Asia Pacific, according to an announcement Tuesday from Christopher Formant, president of Verizon Enterprise Solutions. Yip will be responsible for providing strategic cloud, mobility, network security and offerings to Verizon’s clients across the Asia-Pacific region, all while maintaining the business in Hong Kong, China, […] More
Dan Kaufman, DARPA‘s Information Innovation Office director, has revealed that the agency is looking into technology that will help secure the emerging Internet of Things, Gigaom reported Thursday. David Meyer writes Kaufman discussed such potential developments at the recent Gigaom Structure event in San Francisco attended by several technology industry leaders. Kaufman said DARPA is working on […] More
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