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Erik Buice leads Northrop Grumman‘s health systems management unit as vice president and leads a team of more than 800 personnel who help federal health agencies manage their information technology systems. Buice’s career has included stops at firms ranging from large to small, including IT and consulting roles at companies such as CGI, Patriot Technologies, […] More
NJVC has partnered with the InfoSec Institute to offer information security courses that are designed to meet cyber workforce training requirements set by the Defense Department. The Infosec Institute develops hands-on lab and online curricula to help IT professionals manage cybersecurity threats and prepare them for certification exams, NJVC said Tuesday. “Having a well-trained cyber engineering […] More
PAE will continue to provide mission support and logistics services for U.S. diplomats in Iraq under a contract extension with the State Department. The company manages operations such as postal services, food services, waste management, fuel services, supply chain oversight and reporting for the Regional Security Office, PAE said Monday. John Heller, PAE CEO, said the company […] More
Robert Zapfel has been named the president of Xerox‘s services business and the corporate executive vice president, effective April 1. Zapfel will replace Lynn Blodgett, who will retire at the end of 2014, the company announced Monday. Blodgett, who joined the company in 2010 after the acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services, will assist in Zapfel’s transition […] More
MAXIMUS will hold a series of webinars to discuss strategies for healthcare organizations to disseminate public health data by using web, print and mobile platforms. The company’s health literacy center will host the “Communications Tune Up” webinar series between March 28 and Aug. 15, MAXIMUS said Monday. “Reaching and communicating health information to diverse populations […] More
Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Navy have finished the first test flight phase for the company’s Triton unmanned aircraft system in an effort to evaluate how the drone flies at different altitudes, speeds and weights. The company said Monday 568 test points were evaluated during the initial envelope expansion test program through 13 simulated flight tests, 81 hours of long-endurance […] More
BAE Systems worked with the U.S. and British military forces to conduct a piloted flight simulation trial of technology that works to provide navigational and maneuvering aid to fixed-wing aircraft landing on aircraft carrier vessels. The company said Monday it has been developing the Shipborne Rolling Vertical Landing technology for the F-35 short takeoff and vertical landing variant, which […] More
Siemens and the M+W Group are working together to create an energy storage product as the companies seek to take an environmentally-friendly approach to battery manufacturing. The companies are also partnering to complete a control technology tool intended for the mass production of large-size batteries, M+W Group said March 18. Areas of research in the partnership […] More
Spectrum Health has opened a new facility in Michigan to support its clinical trial efforts, research programs and academic opportunities, Grand Rapids Business Journal reported Friday. Rachel Weick writes that the Spectrum Health Basic and Translational Research Laboratories is a 9,000-square-foot renovated laboratory at the Cooper’s Landing building. The company’s employees will have access to […] More
CAE Inc. has been awarded more than $125 million in combined contracts with the U.S. Navy and customers from Poland, Germany and Malaysia to provide training technologies. CAE will supply four P-8A simulators to Boeing for the U.S. Navy, an SW4 helicopter simulator to the Polish Air Force, training support services to the German Air Force and maintenance […] More
Lockheed Martin and a Poland-based university have partnered to carry out an applied research project and explore methods for integrating technologies in manned and unmanned aircraft. Warsaw Polytechnic’s students will study how to build multiple systems used in aerial vehicles and ground stations through the Lockheed-backed initiative, Lockheed said Thursday. “Our mission is to develop […] More
Eight collegiate cyber defense teams will participate in the 2014 National CyberWatch Center Mid-Atlantic Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition next week at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Maryland. JHUAPL said Wednesday that this year’s simulated scenario will have professional security experts pose as cyber terrorists and conduct attacks intended to disturb relief efforts of a disaster aid distribution […] More
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