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Deloitte: Cyber Framework, Use of AI, Blockchain Could Help Protect Defense Industrial Base

A new Deloitte report has identified challenges U.S. defense contractors and suppliers face when it comes to complying with cybersecurity regulations and measures that could be implemented by companies to adhere to such regulations and build up a cyber-resilient security posture.

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Govt Tech Industry Vet Doug Natal Appointed Sumo Logic Federal Lead

Doug Natal, former vice president and general manager of the federal systems division at MapR Technologies, has joined data analytics company Sumo Logic as general manager of its federal unit. The 20-year government technology market veteran will oversee Sumo Logic's go-to-market strategy that focuses on providing mission support to U.S. public sector clients.

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Tetra Tech, Stanley Consultants to Provide Architect-Engineer Services in Army Transatlantic Middle East District

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected Tetra Tech and Stanley Consultants for a pair of five-year, $46M contracts covering architectural and engineering services. Both contractors will support USACE projects within the agency's Transatlantic Middle East District areas of responsibility and mission boundaries, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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Boeing Receives $194M SOCOM Rotary-Wing Aircraft Delivery Order

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has received a $194.2M delivery order modification to provide MH-47G multirole heavy-lift helicopters to the U.S. Special Operations Command. The company will deliver six renew-build and one new-build aircraft to address SOCOM's sustainment requirements for heavy assault, rotary wing aircraft, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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Huntington Ingalls Awarded $687M Navy Contract to Help Modernize, Maintain Gerald R. Ford Carrier

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) has secured a potential five-year, $687.1M contract to help modernize the lead ship of the U.S. Navy's Ford class as part of early service life support work. HII's Newport News Shipbuilding division will support continuous and planned incremental availabilities, shock trials and continuous and emergent maintenance of USS Gerald R. Ford, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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