Defense


Air Force planning ahead for cyber future

With a new RFI, the Air Force looks into the future of cyberspace operations.

Air Force wants wearable computers

The Air Force is seeking input from businesses on developing a wearable computer system.

DOD tries to calm industry fears

Despite projected spending decreases, industry will remain the military’s key partner, a top DOD acquisition official says.

Harris expands IT services on Air Force networks

Current modernizing of Air Force network systems will include AFNet hardware with system engineering, and software configuration.

Alion tests commercial tech for Army combat ops

Company will perform engineering, reliability and risk assessments on commercial and government technologies.

Obama, Panetta outline $489B in defense cuts

The administration plans to shift the Pentagon's focus from ground wars to rebuilding and deterrence while preserving innovation and partnership with industry.

SAIC develops next-gen Army training system

Award calls for conceptual modeling, engineering, design, test and integration services on OneSAF system.

Johnson Controls wins $16M DOD solar energy contract at Fort Bliss

The project will include new utility monitoring and control IT systems to manage energy at 120 buildings on base and other improvements.

CACI to shore up DOD security clearance procedures

Contractor will provide software engineering and integration services to increase efficiency and timeliness of DOD's security clearance processing.

Serco wins task to shorten Navy software installation process

Serco wins engineering Navy contract worth $34 million.

Teradata unit captures analytics work with Defense Commissary

Claraview specializes in business intelligence and data warehousing.

Lockheed wins $167M Air Force contract

Contract is enhance C-130Js transport aircraft.

Which is the most military-friendly Top 100 company?

Twenty-one Washington Technology Top 100 companies were ranked among the most military-friendly employers by GIJobs.com.

Contractors donate more to Joint Strike Fighter Caucus members, reports says

A new report finds the House caucus for the much delayed Joint Strike Fighter program receives notably more contributions from the program's prime contractors.

9 firms vie for $50M in Navy research tasks

They will be bidding on a variety of research and IT services to support the Naval Health Research Center and other DOD treatment facilities.

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