Posts from GovCon Daily for 08/06/2015

Exclusive Interview: Chuck Prow on His New Sterling Capital & CPS Roles, Envisioned Growth Areas

Our sister site GovCon Wire broke the story Wednesday morning that Chuck Prow, who more recently led IBM’s global government business, has retired from the company to take a new role as a principal at investment firm Sterling Capital Group Partners and hold the president title at its portfolio company CPS-Professional Services…
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Terry Halvorsen Overviews Pentagon’s Tech Adoption Culture, Spending Environment to Potomac Officers Club

The Defense Department‘s cultural aspects of technology adoption and usage are the largest areas of the agency that require changes in order to take in commercial tools at greater numbers, DoD’s chief information officer told the Potomac Officers Club Tuesday…
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Serco Adds Navy C4ISR System Installation Task Order; Dan Allen Comments

Serco‘s North American subsidiary has received a nine-month, $13 million task order to install new command, communication, control, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms for the U…
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NIST, NOAA Aim to Support Minority Businesses Through Partnership

Two Commerce Department agencies have teamed up with the Minority Business Development Agency and the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer to launch a consortium to help minority-owned enterprises develop and commercialize their technology platforms and services…
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Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary Flies ScanEagle During Coast Guard’s Arctic S&R Exercise

Boeing‘s Insitu subsidiary has flown its ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle in the Arctic region as part of search-and-rescue demonstrations before the U.S. Coast Guard, Federal Aviation Administration, Energy Department and other industry participants…
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