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News- Cobham Refueling Pods Successfully Demonstrated

Cobham announced yesterday the successful demonstration of air-to-air refueling pods from the Airbus A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport to F-18s of the Spanish Air Force. The pods are part of the latest generation of the Cobham Aerial Refueling System. Iain Gibson, VP of Mission Equipment at Cobham, said “These ‘wet …

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News- CSC Signs Cloud Agreement with Royal Mail Group

CSC has signed an agreement with Royal Mail Group in the UK to provide cloud computing IT services. The agreement expands CSC’s current contract with Royal Mail Group to provide support for computers, servers and mainframes. Under the contract, CSC will provide access to cloud computing services via Microsoft’s Business …

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News- Global Defense Technology Holds IPO

Global Defense Technology and Systems, Inc. opened their initial public offering (IPO) $13 per share. On Friday, the shares went for $13.05, up 0.3 pct above the IPO. The company, based in McLean, VA, sold 4.6 million shares for $59.8 million. Of the offered shares, Global Defense sold 3 million …

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Executive Move – Lockheed Martin Announces Leadership Appointments, Organizational Realignment

Lockheed Martin Corporation has announced four leadership appointments and a realignment within its Electronic Systems business area. The actions are effective in early 2010. “These leadership appointments and the business realignment are the latest steps we’re taking to strengthen program performance and increase operational excellence across the corporation, ” said …

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News – Lockheed Forms New Cybersecurity Technology Alliance

Teaming up with 13 technology providers, Lockheed Martin will form a cybersecurity technology alliance with the aim to find solutions to early-threat detection, protection, and multilayer autonomic self-healing capabilities to solve customers’ problems and meet future challenges. The project also involves construction of a collaboration center called the NexGen Cyber …

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Career Advice for Women in Government Contracting

Three times is a charm, and the recent elevation of Linda Hudson to head of US operations for BAE Systems makes three Lindas leading large area government contracting operations. Linda Hudson Linda Hudson has replaced General Tony Zinni as the CEO of BAE Systems, Inc.  General Zinni was filling in …

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Today’s News for GovCon Wire

Contract Award – Unisys – Unilever Contract Award – Harris Corporation – $37 Million – SOUTHCOM Contract Award- Raytheon – $28 Million – DISA ExecutiveMove- Alan Stewart of ICF to Retire in 2010 News- Jackson Life Insurance to Use CSC Business Analytics News- Boeing to Assess Falck Schmidt Fuel Cells …

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Contract Award – Lockheed Martin – $31 Million – DARPA

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded a $31 million contract to Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] for new cyber assurance procedures to improve security, dynamic bandwidth allocation, and policy-based prioritization levels at the individual and unit level. John Mengucci, President of Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services-Defense, …

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Lockheed Martin contracted to improve security for military networks

On Friday, Lockheed Martin announced that it has been awarded a contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) worth $31 million. The contract calls for the company to develop new cyber assurance procedures to improve security, dynamic bandwidth allocation, and policy-based prioritization levels at the individual and unit …

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CA even more reliant on new CTO Ferguson

On Tuesday, CA, Inc. appointed Dr. Donald Ferguson its new chief technology officer. He moves into the new role after serving as CA’s chief architect for the past 18 months. In his previous position, Ferguson was integral in the development of new products and in enhancing CA’s product portfolio with …

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