Posts from GovConDaily for 06/02/2015

June 2 Market Close: GovCon Index, US Stocks Trade in Narrow Range as Greece Debt Pact Emerges

The GovCon Index closed with a nominal loss Tuesday and finished at a slight decline of 0.116 points to end at 76.67. U.S. stock indices ended Tuesday’s trading session with nominal declines as investors learned Greece and its creditors have agreed on a new deal to present this week, according to CNBC…
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Vernon Bailey on SAP NS2’s Partner Ecosystem Emphasis, Cloud Services Push

Vernon Bailey joined SAP NS2 — the German conglomerate’s U.S. national security subsidiary — upon SAP‘s acquisition of Sybase in 2010 and now serves as the subsidiary’s vice president of sales…
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Stephanie Hill: Further Exposure to STEM Education Needed Among Youth

Stephanie Hill, vice president and general manager of the information systems and global solutions-civil business at Lockheed Martin, has said industry should help motivate young people to have an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, Kingsport Times-News reportedMonday
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Dave Wajsgras: Raytheon Extends Support for DTRA-Philippines Maritime Security Partnership

Raytheon has secured a $25 million contract for the second phase of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency‘s maritime border security program in collaboration with the Philippines’ coast guard…
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OMB’s Shaun Donovan: House Subcommittee’s Defense Spending Plan Won’t Address Sequestration

Shaun Donovan, director of the Office of Management and Budget, has raised his concerns about a $578.6 billion Pentagon spending bill ahead of a full House Appropriations Committee markup Tuesday, Defense News reported Monday
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Matthew Burrell: Internet of Things Could Transform Govt Operational Processes

Some information technology experts believe more government agencies are poised to adopt connected systems that have the potential to remake their operations, FCW reported Monday. Zach Noble writes Matthew Burrell, a spokesperson for the U…
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