Posts from GovConDaily for 10/21/2014

Darrell Durst on Lockheed’s Partnership With DHS, State of US Cyber Workforce

Darrell Durst leads a Lockheed Martin organization that provides cyber technology and services to the U.S. government in his role as vice president of cyber solutions. The 28-year engineering veteran’s background includes experience in intelligence and security technology initiatives for national security systems and government customers’ missions…
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Louisa Jaffe on Her 5-Year Outlook for TAPE, Advice for Emerging GovCon Firms

Louisa Jaffe and her husband Bill founded Alexandria, Virginia-headquartered government contractor Technical and Project Engineering – also known as TAPE – in 2003. Nearly a decade later, TAPE has employees in 15 states and Washington, D…
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SAIC Launches E-Ticketing Tool for Law Enforcers; Terry Hicks Comments

Science Applications International Corp. has unveiled an electronic ticketing tool that the company designed to help law enforcement clients process and issue tickets to violators. The Qwik-e-Ticket system works to create and send tickets electronically through Saltus Technologies LLC’s digiTICKET software, SAIC said Tuesday
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Sen. Tom Carper: Lawmakers to Debate DHS’ Security Role in FISMA Reform Push

Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, says his collaboration with ranking member Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) has helped bolster their push for cybersecurity policy reforms, GovInfoSecurity reported Tuesday
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Force 3’s Jason Parry: Enterprises See Value in ‘Software-Defined Everything’

Jason Parry, vice president of client solutions at consulting and integration firm Force 3, believes “software-defined everything” provides value and return on investment for enterprises, ChannelPro Network reported Oct…
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Maryann Hirsch: Agencies’ Cyber Budget Requests to Continue Growth

Government agencies will continue to see an increase in their budget requests for cyber operations even as overall budgets remain flat, according to KCG President Maryann Hirsch. In a piece for Security Magazine published Friday, Hirsch wrote that U…
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