Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/09/2015

Barbara Humpton on Siemens Gov’t Technologies’ Renewable Energy Focus, Infrastructure Trends to Watch

Barbara Humpton became chief operating officer of Siemens Government Technologies — the German conglomerate’s U.S. federal subsidiary — in December 2014 after three years as head of business development for the organization…
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Gen. Ray Odierno: Army Wants New Tech for Ground Tactical Vehicles

The U.S. Army has tapped BAE Systems and General Dynamics to help decide if the military branch will upgrade or replace its existing fleet of Bradley combat vehicles, Defense News reported Monday. Joe Gould writes the companies were awarded $28 million each to design and assess technologies for the Future Fighting Vehicle…
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CBO: FY 2016 Intelligence Bill’s Unclassified Programs to Cost $660M Over 5 Years

The Congressional Budget Office estimates the implementation of unclassified programs under the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 (H.R. 2596) will cost the federal government an estimated $660 million from 2016 to 2020…
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Carahsoft to Offer Acronis Mobility Tools in Govt Market; Lauren Leggat Comments

Carahsoft Technology will serve as a master government aggregator for Acronis‘ portfolio of mobile data access and sharing platforms under a partnership agreement between the companies. The Acronis Access Advanced suite is designed to help government and other enterprise clients view, share and protect content on mobile devices or personal computers, Acronis said Monday…
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Robert Cardillo: NGA to Emphasize HR, Workforce Development

National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo has highlighted what he views as the agency’s top priorities as part of efforts to help build up national security through multidiscipline intelligence, C4ISR & Networks reported Monday…
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