Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/28/2015

Tom Callahan on SafeNet Assured Technologies’ Launch, Future of Cross Domain Tech

Netherlands-based digital security firm Gemalto closed its $890 million purchase of SafeNet in January of this year and shortly afterward officially launched a new subsidiary focused on the U.S. federal market — SafeNet Assured Technologies…
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OMB, CIOs to Assess Agencies’ FITARA Compliance; Richard Spires Comments

The Office of Management and Budget and a group of former and current federal chief information officers have partnered to assess how agencies implement the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act, Fedscoop reported Monday…
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TCS to Continue Support for Marines Under $14M SATCOM Program Task Order

TeleCommunication Systems will continue its Ku satellite bandwidth, terrestrial and 24-hour support for the Tactical Satellite Communications Network of the U.S. Marine Corps under a $14.2 million task order option in a previously awarded contract…
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Harris Wins $29M Navy Avionics Manufacturing Contract; Ed Zoiss Comments

Harris Corp. has received a $29 million contract to produce and supply avionics components for the U.S. Navy for two years. The company said Tuesday the avionics will be integrated with the distributed targeting platform onboard the EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft and F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet fighter jet of the service branch and Australia…
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USDA-Microsoft Team Kick Off Food Data Analysis Tech Competition; Tom Vilsack Comments

The Agriculture Department and Microsoft have teamed up to launch a competition for participants to make technology that USDA wants to help make the U.S.’ food system resilient to climate change…
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