Posts from GovConDaily for 02/18/2016

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, NSA & Cybercom Head, Inducted Into 2016 Wash100 for IT Enterprise & Workforce Reorg Vision

Executive Mosaic is honored to announce Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency and chief of the U.S. Cyber Command, as an inductee into the 2016 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of influential leaders in the government contracting industry…
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February 18 Market Close: GovCon Index Inches Up, Holds in Correction as US Stocks Decline

The GovCon Index barely held positive territory in a narrow final hour of trade Thursday to record a nominal gain of 0.041 points to 71.389 Thursday and remain in a correction for the seventh consecutive day, or 10 percent down from its most recent high on Dec…
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GAO: TSA Moves to Address Security Tech Acquisition Issues

The Transportation Security Administration has adopted procedures and policies to comply with a new federal law that calls for technology acquisition process reform at the agency, according to a Government Accountability Office report…
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Navy Releases 8 Standards for Contested Cyber Space; David Lewis Comments

The U.S. Navy has completed the first eight standards of a series the service branch intends to help regulate and sustain the service’s systems and programs in a contested cyber space. The Information Technology/Information Assurance Technical Authority Board developed the cybersecurity standards in order to unify the security architecture framework for the Navy’s afloat, ashore, aviation and space systems, the Navy said Wednesday…
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Tony Frazier: DigitalGlobe Applies Crowdsourcing, Deep-Learning Tools in Satellite Image Analysis

Tony Frazier, senior vice president of government solutions at DigitalGlobe, has said the company works to analyze large amounts of satellite images and data through deep-learning tools and crowdsourcing, GCN reported Wednesday…
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Col. Bruce Lyman: USAF Adopts Open Architecture, Agile Method for Intell System Modernization

The U.S. Air Force has applied open architecture and agile models toward updates of its ground infrastructure for analysis and processing of data collected from military sensors, drones and manned aircraft, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday…
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Army Research Lab Eyes On-Demand, 3D-Printed Drones With New Project

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has developed a concept that aims to use mission requirements provided by soldiers in order to build small unmanned aerial systems on demand through 3D printing, the Army reported Wednesday…
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Lockheed Authorizes AAMSI to Support P-3 Operators

Lockheed Martin has approved Associated Aircraft Manufacturing and Sales Inc. as a support provider for P-3 Orion aircraft operators. AAMSI announced Wednesday its addition to Appendix A-2 of Lockheed’s P-3 Orion distributor agreement enables it to provide P-3 manufacturing and avionics repair to support military operators of the aircraft…
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