Posts from GovCon Daily 07/06/2015

Tom Lydon on Vistronix’s 2014 Acquisition Spree, ‘Agile Development’ in C4ISR

Tom Lydon joined Reston, Va.-based information technology contractor Vistronix in January 2013 as senior vice president of business development and brings almost 25 years of defense industry experience to the company…
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IARPA Seeks Ideas for Logical Qubits Program

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants industry input for a program to develop a logical qubit from a number of imperfect physical qubits. IARPA said in a solicitation published Thursday that it plans to integrate extensible integration into high-fidelity multi-qubit operations under the logical qubits program…
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CIT’s Kevin Desouza: New Tech Poses Challenges to Local Gov’t

Kevin Desouza, a nonresident senior fellow with the Center for Technology Innovation, has said new technologies are changing the way local governments perform their duties. Desouza wrote in a blog post for Brookings Institution published June 2 that driverless cards, digital currencies, artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles are some of the technologies that lead this transformation…
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Navy Unveils Affordability Plan for Ford-Class Aircraft Carriers

The U.S. Navy has established an affordability plan that sets its annual budget for new Ford-class aircraft carriers at $25 million beginning 2017 to address concerns over cost overruns, DoD Buzz reported Thursday…
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Cyber Guard Exercise Seeks to Prepare Gov’t, Industry For Cyber Attacks; Kevin Lunday Comments

The FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Cyber Command held a three-week exercise in Suffolk, Virginia to train and help military, government and industry institutions protect data infrastructure from potential cyber attacks…
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