Posts from GovConDaily 03/02/2017

Diane Gongaware on Cisco’s Security Approach for Agencies & ‘Internet of Things’ Trends to Watch

Diane Gongaware in January started her second full year as vice president of U.S. public sector services at Cisco, where she manages the company’s sales of technical and security services to government agencies at the federal, state, local and education levels…
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Mitre, University of Virginia Offer Systems Engineering Fellowship to Fed Employees

Mitre has partnered with University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science to offer a fellowship opportunity to military and federal civilian employees in the field of systems engineering…
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NASA Publishes Updated Catalog of Free Software Products

NASA has published the third edition of a catalog that lists free software products designed for various technical applications. The agency said Wednesday the 2017-2018 software catalog includes contributions from NASA centers on data processing and storage, business systems, operations, propulsion and aeronautics…
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Deloitte-GBC Survey: 1 in 3 Federal Managers Saw No Noticeable Impact From Govt Cloud Strategy

A survey conducted by Deloitte and the Government Business Council has found that 33 percent of senior-level federal employees believe cloud computing has had no noticeable impact on their agencies’ operations…
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ULA’s Atlas V Rocket Sends NRO Payload Into Space

The Lockheed Martin–Boeing joint venture United Launch Alliance has launched a National Reconnaissance Office payload aboard an Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex-3 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Calfornia…
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Intel-CSIS Study: Incentive Misalignment Can Affect Enterprise Cyber Defense Programs

A joint report from Intel‘s security business and the Center for Strategic and International Studies has identified three areas of misaligned incentives that affect an organization’s ability to deter cyber criminals…
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Report: Sikorsky to Offer Black Hawk Variant to Air Force Huey Replacement Program

Lockheed Martin‘s Sikorsky subsidiary plans to offer a modified version of the Black Hawk helicopter as a potential replacement for the U.S. Air Force‘s UH-1N Huey aircraft, DoD Buzz reported Wednesday…
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VIDEO: Atlas V launched from Vandenberg AFB, 01 March 2017

VANDENBERG AFB, CA, UNITED STATES 03.01.2017 Video by Jan Jones, Staff Sgt. Kaleb Mayfield and Tech. Sgt. Kurt Villavicencio 30th Space Wing An Atlas V launched from Vandenberg AFB, 01 March 2017, from Space Launch Complex 3…
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