Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 06/19/2015

Dell Vet Ryan Latreille Joins Three Wire Systems as CTO; Gregory Feldman Comments

Ryan Latreille, formerly delivery management consultant for federal services group at Dell, has been appointed chief technology officer at Three Wire Systems. Three Wire Systems said Thursday Latreille brings more than 10 years of information technology and federal cybersecurity experience to his role…
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Microsoft Inks Software Licensing Deal With Commerce Dept

The Commerce Department has struck an agreement with Microsoft Corp. for the agency to obtain licenses of the company’s software product. The department said Thursday it will have access to Microsoft software items and product updates under the blanket purchase agreement…
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Red Hat Adds SAIC as Market Partner; Lynne Chamberlain-O’Neill, Charles Onstott Comment

Science Applications International Corp. has signed up for Red Hat’s partner program to add Red Hat technologies to SAIC’s cloud offerings. SAIC will combine its products with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack platform, OpenShift and CloudForms, SAIC said Thursday
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Kenneth Todorov: MDA Shifts Focus to Laser Weapons, Electronic Warfare

Brig. Gen. Kenneth Todorov, deputy director of the Missile Defense Agency, has disclosed the agency’s plan to shift its focus to other weapon systems such as lasers and electronic warfare, Breaking Defense reported Thursday
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DCCA Wins $24M CMS Contract for Health IT Incentive Program’s Data Repository; David Bower Comments

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has awarded a potential $24 million contract to Data Computer Corp. of America to provide technology support services for the agency’s National Level Repository…
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Impres to Provide IT Systems for Navy Tactical Training Program

Impres Technology Solutions has been awarded a three-year, $6.5 million blanket purchase agreement by the U.S. Navy to provide computing equipment and software for naval testing and training ranges. The Naval Surface Warfare Center will receive workstations, printers, scanners, hard drives, servers, encryption and decryption systems, anti-virus software and user analysis applications through the BPA, Impres said Thursday
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