Posts from GovCon Daily 10/13/2016

Raytheon-NCSA Study: Election-Related Threats Fueling Interest in Cyber Careers

A study commissioned by Raytheon and the National Cyber Security Alliance indicates cyber threats against the U.S. presidential election have helped boost interest in cybersecurity careers among young adults…
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Verizon Introduces Managed IT Service for Federal Agencies; Steven LeFrancois Comments

Verizon‘s enterprise solutions business has unveiled a managed information technology service created to help U.S. federal government clients manage IT investments and comply with federal security standards…
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DRT to Help Design, Develop Systems for NTIA Database Modernization Efforts

The Commerce Department has awarded DRT Strategies a one-year, $6.3 million contract to design and build new systems in support of efforts to modernize of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration‘s database and its related applications…
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DHS Certifies Alion Risk Assessment Tool for Federal Facility Usage; Terri Spoonhour Comments

Alion Science and Technology has received a certification from the Department of Homeland Security’s Interagency Security Committee for the company’s risk assessment tool to use at federal facilities located outside a military base…
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Louis Berger to Support US Army Water Research Institute Under 5-Year IDIQ Contract

Louis Berger will work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers‘ Institute for Water Research to identify strategies to address water resources management challenges in the country under a potential $47 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract…
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Devon Engel Receives Executive Mosaic’s Top General Counsel Executives Award

DEVON ENGEL VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL GENERAL DYNAMICS MISSION SYSTEMS Devon Engel is Vice President and General Counsel of General Dynamics Mission Systems, which is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia…
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Air Force Taps TEGAM for Updated RF Power Standards

TEGAM has received a contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide radio-frequency power measurement technology to update RF power sensor calibators that the service branch’s precision metrology and electronics laboratories currently use…
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Vecna Receives DoD Accreditation for Patient Check-In System; Bill Donnell Comments

Vecna has received a Defense Department accreditation and authorization to operate the company’s patient self-service check-in system on the DoD network. The DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process and ATO from the Defense Health Agency serve to clear Vecna’s system for DoD use with the department’s electronic health record and dental application, the company said Tuesday…
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Commerce Dept’s Bruce Andrews to Help Promote US Healthcare Products in China Via Trade Mission

Bruce Andrews, deputy secretary at the Commerce Department, is scheduled to visit Beijing and Chongqing, China, for a six-day business development mission that is set to kick off Oct. 16 in an effort to help U…
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Airbus Subsidiary’s Imagery Streaming Tool Supports North Carolina Emergency Response Efforts

An Airbus subsidiary has been selected to provide its imagery streaming tool to North Carolina in support of the state’s emergency response efforts following Hurricane Matthew. The company said Wednesday its defense and space unit’s i-cubed subsidiary will also employ its Geospatial Appliance Targeted for Operational Response device to help deliver six-inch orthorectified images based on data collected from January through March 2016 as part of the the 911 Statewide Orthoimagery Program…
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US to Partner With 13 New Countries Under Global Health Security Agenda

The U.S. will work with 13 new countries and the Caribbean region to design roadmaps and build partnerships as part of efforts to achieve targets under a 55-nation initiative that aims to mitigate infectious disease outbreaks…
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