Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/23/2015

Vencore to Support App Test, Development Work at Sandia Labs; Mac Curtis Comments

Vencore will provide support to Sandia National Laboratories on the development and testing of technologies for military applications under a $10 million sole-source, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract…
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DISA Gives Carpathia Impact Level 2 Provisional Approval for Cloud Data Hosting

Carpathia has received a provisional authorization from the Defense Information Systems Agency to host the Defense Department‘s data workloads at Impact Level 2 via a cloud service. The company said Tuesday the Pentagon assigns IL2 for information approved for public release, non-controlled unclassified data and some private unclassified data not considered critical mission information…
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ODNI’s IARPA Seeks Proposals for Insider Threat Evaluation Program

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence is seeking proposals for a program that aims to develop and assess methods for insider threat detection…
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Tony Frazier: DigitalGlobe-NGA Open Source Project Eyes Geospatial Big Data Analytics

DigitalGlobe has partnered with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to launch the Hootenanny open source project in an effort to offer developers software tools for crowdsourced mapping and geospatial big data analytics functions…
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Washington Post Recognizes GovCon Firms in 2015’s ‘Top Workplaces’ List

The Washington Post has selected several GovCon firms for recognition in the newspaper’s annual list of the 150 “Top Workplaces” in the greater Washington area. The Post chose the recipients based on overall employee perceptions of leadership quality, pay and benefits and work-life balance strategies at the organizations…
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