Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 01/10/2018

Former NIH, FDIC Official Renitalynette Anderson Named Quality Technology President

Renitalynette Anderson, former deputy director of business administration at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp,, has joined Quality Technology as president of the Maryland-based government information technology contractor…
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Ray Duquette: CAE to Develop Abrams Tank Maintenance Trainers for US Army

CAE‘s U.S subsidiary has received a contract to produce engine training systems for the  U.S. Army‘s fleet of Abrams M1A2 main battle tanks. CAE USA will build two Abrams tank driver stations equipped with live-engine maintenance trainers under the contract from the Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation, the company said Tuesday…
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Cyxtera to Buy Immunity in Cybersecurity Portfolio Expansion Push

Infrastructure security company Cyxtera Technologies has signed an agreement to purchase Immunity, a Miami, Florida-based network security services firm. Cyxtera said Tuesday it will integrate Immunity’s offerings into its portfolio of threat analytics products and leverage the latter company’s team and customer base when the acquisition is complete…
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GlobalMed Gets DoD ATO Certification for Virtual Healthcare Platform

The Defense Department has granted GlobalMed an authorization to deploy a company-built virtual health platform on DoD networks. GlobalMed said Tuesday it received authority to operate for its video-based telehealth offering designed to connect providers and patients…
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NSA Approves Vencore App for Classified Data Security Program; Mac Curtis Comments

A mobile application created by Vencore‘s research arm has been included on the National Security Agency‘s list of approved commercial products designed to manage and secure classified data…
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Andreas Bernhard: Sikorsky Uses New Digital Tools in CH-53K Devt Process

Andreas Bernhard, CH-53K chief engineer at Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky business, has said Sikorsky has adopted software tools such as LCA and CATIA V5 and other digital technologies to produce a paperless design of the CH-53K helicopter, Rotor & Wing International reported Monday…
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Saab to Demo Anti-Submarine Warfare Training System for US Navy

The U.S. Navy is set to evaluate an anti-submarine warfare training system from Saab as part of the military branch’s Foreign Comparative Testing Program. Saab said Tuesday it will demonstrate the AUV62-AT system this summer as the Navy looks to replace the service branch’s current platform for an undersea warfare training range…
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Former DHS CIO Luke McCormack Appointed to DSA Federal Advisory Board

Luke McCormack, former chief information officer of the Department of Homeland Security, has joined the federal advisory board of directors at Data Systems Analysts. DSA said McCormack brings information technology and leadership experience in the public and private sectors to DSA as a federal advisory board member…
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Curtiss-Wright to Produce Aerospace Instrumentation Tech for Air Force Test Center

Curtiss-Wright has received a potential $86 million contract to produce aerospace instrumentation tools to support data acquisition program at a U.S. Air Force test center. The company said Tuesday it will provide network switches, data acquisition systems, recorders, telemetry systems and ground station systems to the Edwards Air Force Base’s AFTC as part of the High Speed Data Acquisition System effort…
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Victoria Nuland Appointed CNAS CEO, Robert Work Named Senior Defense Counselor

Victoria Nuland, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, has been elected by the board of directors to serve as CEO of the Center for a New American Security. CNAS said Tuesday Nuland will work with President Richard Fontaine to help address defense and national security issues and succeed Michele Flournoy, who will help lead the center’s Next Generation National Security Leaders Fellowship…
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CTC, Affiliate Get Aerospace Quality Recertification; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. and its affiliate Enterprise Ventures Corp. have renewed their AS9100D aerospace quality management system accreditation that seeks to recognize the companies’ product design, production, assembly and testing processes…
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GE to Repair, Replace Navy Super Hornet, Growler Engine Components Under $74M Contract

General Electric (NYSE: GE) has received a six-month, $74 million contract to repair, replace and provide program support services for engine components of the U.S. Navy‘s F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler aircraft platforms…
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VIDEO: Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper Swearing In Ceremony

Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper swearing in ceremony at the Hall of Heroes at the Pentagon.
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