Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/30/2015

Mike Tanner on Hitachi Data Systems’ US Federal Market Entry, Data Center Consolidation Trends

Mike Tanner serves as president and CEO of Hitachi Data Systems Federal Corp. — the U.S. government market subsidiary of HDS — and has led the organization since its launch on April 1, 2013…
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VA Broadens Use of DecisionSim’s Simulation Teaching Model; Bob Yayac Comments

The Department of Veterans Affairs has exercised the third year option of its five-year contract with DecisionSim to expand the use of the latter’s simulation teaching platform to agency employees. The company said Tuesday its DecisionSim platform is designed to train and assess VA healthcare professionals and nonclinical staff through simulation of real-world medical processes and situations…
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Lockheed Tests Legion Pod Sensor System on F-16; Paul Lemmo Comments

Lockheed Martin has conducted the first flight test for its Legion Pod system integrated into an F-16 fighter aircraft to check the system’s capability for detecting and tracking several airborne targets…
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CTC & Affiliate Form Alliance With Varley Group, Varley USA; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. and its affiliate Enterprise Ventures Corp. have entered into an alliance with Australia-based Varley Group and its Varley USA subsidiary. Varley Group said Monday the partnership works to expand its aerospace and defense, specialized vehicles and electric motor and generator technology businesses in the U…
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VA to Revamp Online Health Data Portal; Kim Nazi Comments

The Department of Veterans Affairs will update core functions and add new features to a cloud-based portal that stores veterans’ personal medical records, Federal Times reported Monday. Rutrell Yasin writes the MyHealtheVet platform was introduced by VA in 2003 to help veterans view clinical notes, use secure messaging services to communicate with health providers and do online-based prescription refills…
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