Posts from GovCon Daily for 08/18/2015

AECOM Adds Army Depot Logistics Support Task Order; Randy Wotring Comments

AECOM has received a potential $92 million task order under the General Services Administration‘s Logistics Worldwide schedule to perform depot maintenance support work at the Corpus Christi Army Depot in Texas…
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Jim Benson: CorasCloud’s AppDev Tool Available on AWS GovCloud

CorasCloud has made its application development tool available on Amazon Web Services‘ GovCloud region to help U.S. government clients design, build and implement cloud computing apps. The AppDev tool is also designed to help organizations transfer apps to an infrastructure-as-a-service provider without having to reconfigure them, CorasCloud said Tuesday…
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FirstNet Board OKs $126M for FY 2016 Strategic Roadmap Projects; Sue Swenson Comments

The First Responder Network Authority board has approved the proposed $126 million budget for several projects under its strategic program road map for fiscal year 2016. FirstNet said Monday its board voted to allocate the recommended funds for acquisition, consultation and corporate services to support the organization’s efforts to deploy a nationwide public safety broadband network…
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NGA to Tackle NextGen Initiative, GEOINT Data Collection at Tech Solution Discovery Day

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will hold an event at its campus in Springfield, Virginia, on Sept. 14 to discuss the agency’s Next Generation initiative with industry and overview NGA’s technology and services requirements…
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FireEye, Europol Sign Cyber Threat Detection Pact; Richard Turner, Wil van Gemert Comment

FireEye has agreed to exchange cybersecurity expertise with Europol in an effort to help the law enforcement agency detect and monitor threats in cyberspace. The company will offer the agency’s European Cybercrime Centre access to threat intelligence data under a memorandum of understanding, Richard Turner, FireEye vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Asia, said Monday…
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