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Andrew Couch Talks CryptoFuse’s Role Rethinking Blockchain

Last week, Andrew Couch, founder of Cryptofuse, spoke with GovConWire about how his company is looking to redefine blockchain technology and drive value in the federal market. As Couch explained, his company devised a way to exchange information without the internet by relying on asynchronous updating and the global blockchain. …

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John Steckel Named American Systems Business Development VP; Peter Smith Comments, Steckel Interviewed

John Steckel, a more than 16-year federal market veteran, has joined American Systems as vice president of business development at the Chantilly, Va.-based information technology and engineering services contractor. American Systems said Monday Steckel will oversee the company’s efforts to identify new customers and implement capture strategies. “John will be an integral …

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Transcom Awards 14 Spots on Potential $228M Air Cargo Transportation Services IDIQ

The U.S. Transportation Command has selected 14 companies to provide air cargo transportation services under a potential five-year, $227.9 million contract. The indefinite–delivery/indefinite–quantity contract contains a one-year base period with a guaranteed minimum award to each contractor, The Defense Department said Friday. Work covers door-to-door pickup and delivery; transportation; intransit visibility; payment system …

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Synopsys VP Kuehlmann: WannaCry is ‘A Wake-up Call for the World’

Over 200,000 devices in at least 150 countries had been infected with WannaCry by Sunday, a piece of ransomware that holds your computer hostage until you pay hackers $300 in bitcoin. WannaCry is the largest cyberextortion scheme ever, reports CNet, and experts are warning that many governments are susceptible due to outdated technology. …

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