Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 02/17/2017

Adm. John Richardson, Chief of Naval Operations, Chosen to 2017 Wash100 for Fleet Design & Arctic Strategy Leadership

Executive Mosaic is honored to announce Navy Adm. John Richardson, chief of naval operations, as an inductee into the 2017 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of influential leaders in the government contracting arena…
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GAO: NASA Needs Contingency Plan Amid Commercial Crew Program Delay

The Government Accountability Office has urged NASA to develop a contingency plan for U.S. operations at the International Space Station beyond 2018 as the contractors on the Commercial Crew Program are not able to meet certification requirements this year…
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Ian Bell, Marc-Olivier Sabourin Take New Leadership Roles at CAE’s Defense & Security Segment

Ian Bell, formerly head of the Europe/Middle East/Africa region at CAE (NYSE: CAE), has been named vice president and general manager for Asia-Pacific and the Middle East within the Montreal, Quebec-based company’s defense and security segment…
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Former Intell Community CIO Al Tarasiuk Joins Digital Reasoning Board; Tim Estes Comments

Al Tarasiuk, chief security officer at Deutsche Bank and a more than 26-year federal service veteran, has joined the board of directors of Nashville, Tennessee-based cognitive computing software developer Digital Reasoning…
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Omniplex Secures $80M DHS HQ Protective Security Service Contract; Michael Santelli Comments

Omniplex World Services has received a potential $80 million contract to provide  protective security officer services to the Department of Homeland Security headquarters at Nebraska Avenue Complex in Washington…
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ManTech Gets $152M Task Order for Army C4, Logistics Mgmt Platform Support

ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has received a potential three-year, $152 million task order to provide global systems field and software support to the U.S. Army. The company said Thursday it will assist the Army Communications and Electronics Command’s software engineering center in efforts to provide post-deployment and post-production software services for warfighters’ tactical and strategic command, control, communication and computer systems as well as logistics management platforms…
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MDA Taps Raytheon to Develop Automated Assessment Tool for Wargame Weapons

Raytheon has received a contract to develop an automated tool for the Missile Defense Agency to assess the effectiveness of missiles, interceptors, cyber and electronic warfare weapons in wargames. The company said Thursday it will create the tool as part of the Coordinated Cyber/Electronic Warfare Integrated Fires program that seeks to evaluate the probabilities of success in a wargame scenario and automatically teach participants which weapons to use in every situation…
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NTT DATA to Offer IaaS Platform via Multistate Cooperative Contract; Tim Conway Comments

NTT DATA has secured a master agreement to provide an infrastructure-as-a-service platform to participating state agencies and local institutions under the NASPO ValuePoint multistate cooperative procurement program…
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Tiffanny Gates to Become Novetta CEO in March

Tiffanny Gates, federal business president at Novetta since January 2016, will elevate to the CEO role at the McLean, Va.-based analytics technology company on March 2017. Novetta said Feb. 10 that Gates will succeed Peter LaMontagne, who will leave the company in a full-time capacity…
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FIU Law School Dean R. Alexander Acosta to Be Nominated Labor Secretary

R. Alexander Acosta, dean of the Florida International University’s law school, will be  nominated by President Donald Trump as head of the Labor Department. Acosta previously held various Presidentially-appointed and Senate-confirmed positions in the government such as a member of the National Labor Relations Board, the White House said Thursday…
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CSC to Open South Australia-Based Office After Computing Tech, Service Contract Win

Computer Sciences Corp. has announced plans to set up a new office in Adelaide, South Australia, after it received a seven-year contract to provide desktop computers, tablets, laptops and other digital devices as well as end-user computing services to government agencies in the state…
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VIDEO: Previewing the NetApp E2800 All-Flash and Hybrid Storage System

Want to know more about the E2800 and big data analytics? Let Mike McNamara explain the new All-Flash & Hybrid Storage System, and NetApp data analytic solutions.
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