Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/24/2015

General Dynamics Lands $20M Contract Modification to Continue Upgrade of AN/BYG-1 Software

General Dynamics will continue its upgrade of the AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System Technology Insertion and Advanced Processing Build software for U.S. Navy and Australian navy submarines under a $20 million contract modification…
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Air Combat Command’s Herbert Carlisle: Sequestration Could Shrink Air Force Capability by Turn of Decade

Gen. Herbert Carlisle, Air Combat Command chief at the U.S. Air Force, has said sequestration could limit the military service’s capacity to respond to global crises, Breaking Defense reported Thursday…
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Onvia’s Lyndon Dacuan: Agencies Seek Contractors to Protect Healthcare Data

Lyndon Dacuan, market analyst at Onvia, believes the challenges faced by agencies to protect healthcare data present an opportunity for contractors. Dacuan said Thursday agencies look for companies who are capable of providing network protection systems as cyber criminals continue to take interest in health information…
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Deltek Study: Federal Spending on IT Programs to Decline Through 2020

A Deltek report projects that federal information technology expenditures will drop from $97.7 billion in fiscal 2015 to $94.4 billion in fiscal 2020 as agencies continue to face budget uncertainty and stricter spending oversight…
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Frost & Sullivan: Vendors to See GovCon Opportunities With DHS on Cyber, Border Security

Frost & Sullivan reports that cybersecurity and border security vendors may see potential contracting opportunities with the Department of Homeland Security following the department’s request for $51…
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