Posts From GovConDaily for 3/11/2015

Bill Toti on Cubic’s Defense Business Reorg and Int’l Sales Prospects

Bill Toti shifted into a new role at Cubic earlier this year as president of the San Diego-based contractor’s global defense segment, which formed through a consolidation initiative. Cubic combined its defense systems business with the mission support services unit, which Toti previously led as president since he joined the company in July 2014…
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DARPA Selects Lockheed, Sikorsky, Aurora Flight Sciences for Multi-Aircraft Autopilot R&D Project

Aurora Flight Sciences, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Sikorsky have been awarded contracts to design, build and demonstrate an aircraft automation technology for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency…
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Tom Romeo: Acentia Deal Could be ‘Transformational’ for Maximus’ Federal Business

Tom Romeo, president of the federal services division at Maximus, foresees new market opportunities with the proposed combination of his company and technology services contractor Acentia, he told Washington Business Journal in an interview published Tuesday
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Ron Johnson: Congress Must Balance Cyber Info-Sharing, Data Breach Notification Issues

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said he believes that Congress help can strengthen U.S. cybersecurity efforts if it pushes for public-private information sharing with liability protections and notification procedures for data breach incidents…
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Richard Ginman: Data, Metrics Key for Defense Contracts Management

Richard Ginman, former director of procurement and acquisition policy at the Defense Department, has said the agency’s underlying methodology for buying goods and services has not changed much during his four-decade career in the government and commercial procurement field, Federal News Radio reportedTuesday
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