Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/14/2014

Ray Johnson: Energy Presents ‘Very Large Commercial Market’ for Lockheed

Lockheed Martin is looking to expand its business to the energy sector and other civilian projects as U.S. defense spending continues to decline, the Wall Street Journal reportedThursday. Doug Cameron writes the company seeks to build a nuclear reactor, remote-controlled fish farms and a water desalination membrane…
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Huntington Ingalls’ Mike Petters: Schedules, Cost Plans Key in USS Gerald Ford Construction

Mike Petters, president and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries, said the USS Gerald R. Ford supercarrier project presents a challenge because the ship will incorporate newer technologies, the Daily Press reported Thursday
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DOE Taps IBM, Mellanox, Nvidia Tech for $325M Nat’l Lab Supercomputer Program

The Energy Department will allocate $325 million in funds to develop two new supercomputers at the Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and another $100 million toward future extreme scale supercomputing technologies…
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Senate OKs Nominations of Russell Deyo, Sarah Saldana to DHS Roles

The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs has confirmed the nominations of Sarah Saldana and Russell Deyo to two positions at the Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Today reported Thursday
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Mike Pozmantier: DHS Eyes December for Cyber Tech Transfers to Commercial Market

The Science and Technology Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security aims to facilitate technology transfer from government to the commercial market with the release of new cybersecurity technologies in December, FCW reportedWednesday
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Doug Quarry: International SOS to Disseminate Ebola Outbreak Info Through Mobile App

International SOS has developed a new mobile application for users to access travel and medical information on the Ebola outbreak. The app is available for free download on Andoid and iOS devices and designed to offer Ebola news, analysis and outlook from International SOS, the company said Thursday
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