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Dominic Delmolino Joins AWS as Worldwide Public Sector Tech & Innovation VP

Dominic Delmolino VP Amazon Web Services

Dominic Delmolino, a veteran technology executive, has been named vice president of worldwide public sector technology and innovation at Amazon Web Services. He brings to the new role his experience in enterprise data systems, cloud and DevOps and as a senior leader at several federal information technology and consulting firms.

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Northrop to Provide US Military Counter-UAS C2 Platform

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The Department of Defense has selected Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) to provide a command-and-control technology for interim use by the U.S. military to defend against small unmanned aerial systems. The selection of Northrop's Forward Area Air Defense C2 system came after a service board evaluated "best of breed" offerings that could support joint Counter-sUAS  missions, the company said Wednesday.

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Red Hat’s David Egts on Importance of Multicloud, Automation in Federal Digital Transformation

David Egts Chief Technologist Red Hat

David Egts, chief technologist at Red Hat’s North American public sector business, explained in a video interview posted Thursday on FedScoop how a multicloud portfolio approach to information technology helps accelerate digital transformation efforts in the federal government.

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VA Seeks RPA-Based Software to Help Manage EHR Backlog

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The Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting market research on commercially available robotic process automation technologies that can help streamline clinical document processing functions for electronic health records systems.

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Mission Essential Group Merges Intelligence Business Units, Appoints Tom Middleton to Lead MEIS; Gregory Miller Quoted

Mission Essential

The Mission Essential Group has merged two intelligence business units, IMT LLC and Mission Essential’s Intel Analytics organization, to form Mission Essential Intelligence Solutions (MEIS), the company announced Thursday.

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