Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/22/2015

Harris Secures $15M Navy Follow-On Order for Submarine Acoustic Sensors; Jim Brunelle Comments

Harris Corp. will provide acoustic sensors for installation on the U.S. Navy’s Virginia-class submarines under a four-year, $15 million follow-on order. The company said Wednesday the acoustic sensor components will be integrated with the Light Weight Wide Aperture Array platform on the service branch’s 10 submarines…
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RSA’s Amit Yoran Discusses How Mobile, Cloud Pose Security Threats

Amit Yoran, president of RSA Security, has called on Southeast Asian companies and governments to reconsider their cybersecurity approach amid a growing mobile and cloud transition for data storage in the region…
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Unisys Names Mark Forman as Global Public Sector Head, Jennifer Napper as DoD Group VP

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has appointed Mark A. Forman as global head of public sector and Jennifer L. Napper as group vice president of the Defense Department and intelligence group at Unisys Federal. The company said Wednesday Forman will report to Ron Frankenfield, president of Unisys Enterprise Solutions, and will oversee Unisys’ business that serves U…
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Ashton Carter: US-Israel Efforts on Mideast Security to Continue

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has outlined the steps the U.S. and Israel are taking to foster security in the Middle East as part of a shared commitment between the two countries, DoD News reported Tuesday…
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Army Nominee Mark Milley Unveils Force Readiness, Tech Development Agenda

Gen. Mark Milley, nominee for the chief of staff post at the U.S. Army, has told Senate Armed Services Committee members that he would prioritize readiness and technology programs if he is confirmed by the full Senate, Breaking Defense reported Tuesday…
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