Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 12/1/2014

Tom Arseneault to Head Electronic Systems at BAE’s US Arm, Retain COO Title

Tom Arseneault, chief operating officer at BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary and a 14-year BAE veteran, will take on the additional role of president of the subsidiary’s electronic systems sector on Jan…
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Steve Comber: Leidos to Support NIH Grants, Research Mgmt System

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will provide information technology services to the National Institutes of Health‘s Electronic Research Administration under a potential five-year, $113 million contract for work to support eRA’s electronic systems…
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KGS Acquires Medical Simulation Tech Maker

Fairfax, Virginia-based technology and professional services contractor KGS has purchased a portion of Employee Leasing Solutions that manufactures medical training simulation products. KGS acquired the TraumaFX product line in an effort to bring “rugged and realistic” medical simulation products to its customers, the company said Wednesday
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Patrocinium Systems Releases Mobile Public Safety App; John South Comments

Reston, Virginia-based technology firm Patrocinium Systems has developed a smartphone application that seeks to help users access information in the event of a critical situation, the Washington Post reported Sunday
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NIST Issues Draft Document for Nonfederal Info Systems Security

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has released a draft publication that outlines requirements for the protection of unclassified information in nonfederal systems, GCN reportedFriday
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Report: US Marshals Service to Use iPhones for New Mobility Program

The U.S. Marshals Service will deploy iPhones for employee use during fiscal 2015 as part of the agency’s mobility initiative, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Aliya Sternstein writes USMS plans to update its current mobility program and is looking into the possibility of accessing agency network through personal devices…
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