Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/24/2015

Randy Wotring on URS’ Integration Into AECOM, His Federal Infrastructure Market Outlook

Randy Wotring joined AECOM upon that company’s estimated $4 billion acquisition of URS Corp. in late 2014 and now holds the title of group president of management services at AECOM. The 30-year public sector and infrastructure veteran led URS’ federal services arm for 10 years as president prior to the transaction…
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Cal Shintani on Oceus’ Public Safety Market Emphasis, Federal Broadband’s Evolution

Cal Shintani leads capture strategy, corporate strategy and proposal development functions for Oceus Networks as senior vice president and chief growth officer at the Reston, Va.-based mobile services contractor…
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Websense’s Carl Leonard: Attack Pattern Analysis Can Help Financial Services Firms Protect Data

A Raytheon–Vista Equity Partners joint venture has published a report that says the financial services industry encounters cyber attacks about 300 percent more often than other business sectors. Raytheon|Websense said Tuesday the “2015 Financial Services Drill-Down Report” showed the U…
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GSA Launches Online Search Tool for eBuy Quote Requests

The General Services Administration has developed a new online tool designed to help government agencies see the types of products and services that federal buyers request from GSA Schedules, GSA said in blog post published Tuesday…
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Microsoft, Unisys, AppZero Form Govt Cloud Migration Support Alliance

AppZero has partnered with Microsoft and Unisys to help enterprise customers migrate their Windows Server 2003 applications into Microsoft-built cloud computing technologies. The goal is to encourage Win2K3 government and commercial users to implement either a Windows Server 2012 R2 or an Azure platform as Microsoft plans end of support for the legacy operating system by July 4, AppZero said Tuesday…
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