Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/08/2018

Radiant Solutions, SSL to Collaborate on DARPA Satellite Telescope Dev’t Program; Tony Frazier, Richard White Quoted

Maxar Technologies’ Radiant Solutions subsidiary has received a potential $2M contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to design and build a new optical telescope platform for constellations of small Earth observation satellites…
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Brad Smith: Microsoft Seeks Cybersecurity Partnership With White House, Congress

Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, has said the company hopes to collaborate with the Trump administration and Congress to safeguard the U.S. population against cyber threats, CNBC reported Wednesday…
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VA Seeks Contractor for Veteran Health Info Access Services

The Department of Veterans Affairs has issued a request for information on a contractor that can help National Data Systems manage access to veterans’ health information. A FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday states that VA is seeking a contractor that will support NDS in distributing health data from the Veterans Health Administration to clinicians, researchers and peer and legal reviewers, the Government Accountability Office and Veteran Service Organizations, among others…
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Frost & Sullivan: Military Tech Security Efforts to Drive DoD Cyber Market Growth

Brad Curran, an analyst at Frost & Sullivan, has projected that the market for Defense Department cybersecurity products will reach $4.3B by 2023 as he expects DoD to significantly invest in platforms that can help secure military systems, National Defense Magazine reported Wednesday…
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EGlobalTech Receives GSA Special Item Numbers for Cybersecurity Services

The General Services Administration has authorized eGlobalTech to offer cybersecurity services to government agencies through the GSA Information Technology Schedule 70 vehicle. The company said Wednesday that GSA’s issuance of the two Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services Special Item Numbers may result in a rapid acquisition and deployment process for its services…
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AT&T, Learfield Partner to Extend Tech Innovations to Higher Education Institutions

AT&T and Learfield Communications’ Campus+ division have partnered to develop and deliver new educational technologies and career opportunities for students in higher education institutions. AT&T said Monday it will coordinate with administrators and other campus stakeholders to address various challenges in on-campus learning, as well as customize academic resources for students, faculty and alumni…
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Viasat to Deliver Initial Mini Cryptographic Devices to Air Force; Ken Peterman Quoted

The U.S. Air Force has ordered Viasat to deliver 1K low-rate initial production Mini Crypto embeddable security modules designed for the Defense Department’s small form factor platforms. Viasat is scheduled to deliver initial devices to the service in the third quarter of the company’s 2019 fiscal year prior to a full-rate production, the company said Wednesday…
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Samsung Electronics America Configures Wearable Tech With Emergency Dispatch Apps

Samsung Electronics America has unveiled a line of computer-aided dispatch applications for wearable devices to help first responders stay connected during emergency missions. The company said Wednesday it integrated its Galaxy smartwatches with apps such as Northrop Grumman’s CommandPoint, CentralSquare Technologies’ Field Ops, Caliber Public Safety’s PocketCop and Tyler Technologies’ New World ShieldForce…
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Army to Seek Warfighting Tech Ideas at Fort Belvoir Event

U.S. Army Contracting Command plans to host a two-day event in January to update government agencies and contractors about developments in warfighting technology. The industry day is scheduled to take place from Jan…
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Fujifilm Medical Systems USA’s Picture Archiving Tech Obtains Authority to Operate From DoD

Fujifilm Medical Systems USA has secured a risk management framework-based authority-to-operate from the Defense Department to run the Synapse 5 picture archiving and communication system on the department’s networks…
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SparkCognition-HPE Partnership Augments AI Analytics Platform

SparkCognition will leverage an Hewlett Packard Enterprise-made rugged, converged system in an aim to boost the performance of the former’s industrial artificial intelligence platform, under a partnership between the two firms…
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