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Intelsat CEO and Wash100 awardee David Wajsgras said in an interview that customers are already interested in buying capacity from the medium Earth orbit constellation that the satellite services provider intends to build. One of those potential customers is the U.S. government, which seeks to ensure global communications redundancy for civilian as well as military users via an additional network.

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Susanne Hake, general manager of the U.S. government business at Maxar Intelligence, said the company intends to expand this year its network of electro-optical imaging satellites to meet the data requirements of government and commercial customers. According to Hake, Maxar Intelligence intends to triple its capacity to gather 30-centimeter imagery and increase revisit rates to up to 15 times each day by launching two WorldView Legion satellites with a plan to deploy another four spacecraft this year.

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Lockheed Martin will collaborate with Intel and its newly launched standalone business Altera to build a sensor open systems architecture-based airborne electronic defense platform for the U.S. Navy's MH-60R multi-mission helicopter to support a program of the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering. Lockheed said Monday it will use Altera's Multi-Chip Package for integration with the SOSA technology under the Stimulating Transition for Advanced Microelectronics Packaging program.

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Christopher George, president and general manager of Intel Federal, has been named to Executive Mosaic's 2024 Wash100 list of top officials and executives who have shaped the federal contracting landscape over the past year. This marks George's debut on the most prestigious government contracting award, recognizing him for his leadership and dedication to driving innovation across his organization.

Vote for George as your favorite GovCon leader as part of the 2024 Wash100 popular vote competition! Voting closes on April 30, so visit Wash100.com to cast your ten votes today.

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Executive Mosaic is proud to announce the selection of U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Kruse, the newly-appointed director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, as a recipient of the Wash100 Award for 2024 for his dedication to ensuring the delivery of actionable intelligence to those who need it and for his determination to build up DIA as a world-class intelligence agency. This year marks the first time Kruse has won the prestigious award.

The Popular Vote Competition of the 2024 Wash100 Award runs through April 30, 2024. Click here to vote for Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Kruse as one of your favorite GovCon industry leaders!

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Doug Cossa of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is among the Chief Information Officers (CIO) handpicked by the Potomac Officers Club (POC) to speak at the 5th Annual CIO Summit. He is set to discuss how public and private sectors can leverage emerging technologies to initiate new strategies and navigate the changing digital landscape.   […] More

Intel has unveiled a financial reporting structure as part of its move to a foundry operating model meant to improve transparency, growth and accountability across the business. Intel Foundry is the technology company's newly created operating segment that includes foundry services, foundry manufacturing and supply chain and foundry technology development, the company said Tuesday.

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C3 AI has announced an enhanced partnership agreement with Paradyme to hasten the delivery of artificial intelligence offerings to the U.S. intelligence community. The enterprise AI application software company said Thursday it started working with the technology solutions provider in 2021 and that they have delivered AI-powered applications to federal agencies since.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed the game in the government contracting industry. Thanks to AI leaders, advancements such as automation, deep learning, natural language processing, and data-driven decision-making have given agencies a more human-like approach in their domains.    Who are the seasoned executives who have committed to transforming the AI field across public and […] More

According to Melissa Carson of Iron Mountain Government Solutions, cloud-based intelligent document processing systems could help federal agencies meet the requirement of the National Archives and Records Administration to digitize government records by June. "Cloud-based IDP solutions can help extract both structured and unstructured data faster and with better accuracy than traditional methods," said Carson, vice president and general manager of Iron Mountain Government Solutions.

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