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Shannon Galey Ripley, who holds two decades of human capital management experience, has joined Aptive to serve as director of strategy and growth. The former Hiring Our Heroes chief of staff will now help Aptive further develop its business model and human capital services through her expertise in accountability management, employee-focused strategy and complex workforce issues, Aptive said Monday.


Dennis Eger, a retired U.S. Army sergeant major and former senior intelligence adviser, has been named director of Alexandria, Virginia-based consulting firm Aptive Resources. The 32-year Army veteran will support the service-disabled, veteran-owned company's efforts to grow presence in the intelligence and national security markets, Aptive said Thursday.

The General Services Administration has selected By Light Professional IT Services to offer cybersecurity services under three special item numbers on the GSA IT Schedule 70 contract. By Light said Tuesday it secured positions on the penetration testing, incident response and risk and vulnerability assessment SINs. “These SINs provide an opportunity for timely, enterprise wide […] More
The General Services Administration has posted a request for information needed to modernize the agency’s Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services. Established in 2016, the HACS consists of four special item numbers that function to distribute cybersecurity services encompassing penetration testing, incident response, cyber hunt and vulnerability assessment across agencies, GSA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday. The […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected SRI International to construct an artificial intelligence platform with machine learning features to gradually improve task performance. The company said Wednesday it will perform this work under DARPA’s Lifelong Learning Machines Program. Modern AI systems may be prone to catastrophic forgetting that occurs when new content disrupts previous information, SRI […] More
BAE Systems Inc. has won a $9.2 million contract to develop iterative reasoning, association and learning software for the U.S. Air Force‘s adaptive decision-making efforts. The Defense Department said Tuesday the company will develop the software to help automate indications, warning and situational awareness data processing for battle management command control and communication. Work will occur in Massachusetts through Sept. […] More
A Sierra Nevada Corp-built spacecraft has been subjected to a captive carry test at NASA‘s Armstrong Flight Research Center under the second phase of flight tests designed to prepare the vehicle for a future orbital flight. SNC said Wednesday Dream Chaser tests are part of a Space Act Agreement the company and the space agency signed through the Commercial […] More
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