Posts from GovCon Daily for 08/03/2015

Kevin Davis Named Public Sector Business VP at Splunk

Kevin Davis, formerly acting vice president of the public sector business at Splunk (Nasdaq: SPLK), has been promoted to the VP role on a full-time basis. Davis, who brings more than two decades of sales experience to his role, was area vice president of federal sales when he joined the software company in October 2014, Splunk said Monday…
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Deloitte-Exelon Team to Help North American Utilities Implement NERC Cyber Defense Standards

Deloitte and public utility holder Exelon have forged a partnership to implement Critical Infrastructure Protection version 5 standards in an effort to protect North America’s bulk power system from potential cyber attacks…
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Lockheed, PowerAmerica Forge Bandgap Microelectronics Partnership; Jeff Wilcox Comments

Lockheed Martin and manufacturing institute PowerAmerica have teamed up to develop and commercialize wide bandgap microelectronic tools the companies will build to reduce sizes electronic components and mitigate potential energy losses…
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Cubic Adds New Features to P5 Combat Training System; Bill Toti Comments

Cubic has updated the company’s combat training system with new features the company designed to help locate the system’s position. The Earth Center Earth Fixed coordinates have been added to the P5CTS system in order to expand training area coverage, move across several exercise regions and enhance weapon simulations and data capture, Cubic said Monday…
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Oak Ridge Lab Taps Citrix Tool for Mobile Device Mgmt; Tina Snyder Comments

The Energy Department‘s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has moved to adopt a Citrix-built platform in an effort to centralize mobile device management operations, GCN reported Thursday. Stephanie Kanowitz writes ORNL mobile managers previously used two different MDM services to manage the national lab’s bring-your-own-device initiative and laboratory-owned devices but decided to implement the Citrix-developed tool in order to reduce costs…
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