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Cyber Chief Keith Alexander, ManTech’s Scott Goldstein to Speak at Conference

ManTech’s (NASDAQ:MANT) senior vice president and CTO of Systems Engineering and Advanced Technology will serve as a panelist at the LandWarNet 2010 Conference. The conference will be held August 3 – 5 in Tampa, Fla. According to the firm, “Goldstein will participate in a panel discussion that will provide perspective …

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Stanley’s Howard Ady Chimes in on Major DoS Deal

As GovCon Wire reported last week, Stanley Associates won a slice of an almost $3 billion visa deal with the State Department. “We are proud of the capabilities we offer to the State Department on the GSS contract and believe our solution provides comprehensive, secure, customer-centric, scalable and efficient delivery …

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Thursday’s Featured Job- Senior Security Engineer with Apptis

Job Description Apptis is looking for a Senior Security Engineer to join our team in Arlington, Virginia! Responsibilities Include: * Perform Certification and Accredition on TSA systems in compliance with FISMA and NIST. * Perfrom System Test and Evaluation on TSA system in compliance with FISMA and NIST. * Perform …

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Lockheed Opens Call Center to Support Census

In support of data capture procedures for the 2010 Census, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Census Bureau opened a new, 1, 300-seat call center in Sandy, UT. “We express our many thanks to all those who have helped make this partnership with the Census Bureau a reality, ” said Darrell …

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Pragmatics, Inc. Hires VP of Foreign Affairs

Pragmatics, Inc. has hired of Marybeth A. Wootton, an industry veteran, to serve as vice president of foreign affairs.   Wootton will oversee relations with the Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, and the intelligence community and will focus on bidding competitive task orders.  Formerly employed by BAE Solutions and …

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Lockheed Martin Creates Work Station for FBI

Next Generation Identification, a Lockheed Martin led team, successfully delivered the first Advanced Technology Workstation (ATWs) for the FBI’s new biometrics system. The new workstations will be replacing the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), improving the ability of the FBI analysts and providers. “The current IAFIS receives an average …

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Today’s News from GovCon Wire

Contract Award- Lockheed Martin – $32.3 Million – Marine Corps Contract Award- General Dynamics – $203 Million – US Army Contract Award- QinetiQ – $61.4 Million – UK Executive Moves- Maureen Baginski Joins Serco Executive Moves- RADM Gary Jones Joins Alion News- Cobham to Expand Presence in India News- Report …

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Today’s News from GovCon Wire

Contract Award- SRA – $9.5 Million – USTRANSCOM Contract Award- Telephonics – $17 Million – Lockheed Martin Contract Award- Northrop Grumman – Navy News- Boeing Receives $8.5 Million in Stimulus Money for Smart Grid News- QinetiQ’s Tom Weston Wins CFO of the Year Award News- Apptis Receives CMMI Maturity Level …

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CA launches “Day One” support for z/OS® V1.11

On Friday, CA announced the launch of “Day One” support for z/OS® V1.11 for its mainframe management software solutions, continuing its history of timing its solutions to coincide with new releases of IBM® System z® operating systems. CA is supporting IBM z/OS V1.11 across more than 165 mainframe management solutions …

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Lockheed Martin Completes Design Review for FBI Biometric ID System

Lockheed Martin Corp. has completed a design review for a fingerprint identification system for the FBI.  Lockheed Martin said completion of the design review by its Next Generation Identification team, including BAE Systems Information Technology Inc. and IBM Corp., can incorporate future biometric ID systems for law enforcement and expands fingerprint processing.

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