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Interview With Business Software Alliance CEO: Cyber Crime Is Growing

President and CEO of the Business Software Alliance,  Robert Holleyman, sat down with TheNewNewInternet to presented his thoughts regarding the Obama Administration’s cybersecurity plans, as well as how business executives should begin to prepare for a shift in the cybersecurity industry…

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Northrop Grumman Awarded $33.9 Million Extension

The city of Indianapolis and Marion County, Ind. have awarded Northrop Grumman an extension to an existing five year contract that was originally awarded in 2004. The ad-on calls for the global security provider to furnish IT services that will work to improve customer service, technology efficiencies, risk avoidance and …

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Raytheon Accomplishes Successful Underwater Missile Test

Raytheon Company successfully tested an underwater launch of its Raytheon AIM-9X air-to-air test missile shape at the U.S. Army’s Test Center in Aberdeen, MD. The missile was released from a submerged Tomahawk Capsule Launching System. This technology is part of the Department of the Navy’s Program Executive Offices of Submarine’s …

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Google Defends Plan to Digitize Books

Google defended its book digitization program to Congress yesterday. David Drummond, senior vice president of corporate development and chief legal officer at Google, expressed Google’s plans as an open platform that will work to help independent bookstores and will work with publishers and device manufacturers.

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Terry Ryan Announced as President of ManTech Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group

Former Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance for the Department of Defense, Terry Ryan has been appointed President of the Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group at ManTech. Ryan’s past experience includes executive level positions at SAIC and SRA International, as well as 10 years served in the military. More …

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URS Awarded $20.8 Million to Renovate Dallas/Fort Worth International

URS Corp. won a $20.8 million contract to renovate 4 terminals at Dallas/Fort Worth International. The four terminals have been consistently in use since the inauguration of the airport in 1974. “While they have served us very well, our four original terminals are 35 years old now and their internal …

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