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Lockheed Martin, Zygem debut slicing edge 'lab on a chip'

The companies will release their rapid DNA analysis platform this summer.

Northrop nabs $189M DISA cyber task

Company will rollout host-based security system across all Defense Department and intelligence agencies.

Big data drives hot job prospect

The popularity of big data is creating demand for a new kind of job, the so-called data scientist.

General Dynamics gains new Air Force cyber intelligence contract

GD’s Advanced Information Systems unit will continue cyber network defense, operations and exploitation support for the Air Force's 35th Intelligence Squadron.

Bidders get second at-bat for VA's $102M EHR software contract

Original bidders tapped to take over iEHR contract after original awardee was canceled.

Raytheon developing software for Navy, others' radar systems

U.S., Australian Navy gain lion’s share of contract work.

Raytheon to design comm-jamming technology for DARPA

The system would allow soldiers and others to conduct battlefield-jamming operations with minimal frequency interference with friendly forces.

$100M cancelled VA contract could be up for grabs again

VA spikes key part of its electronic health record project, but a recompete is likely.

State seeks social media monitoring tools

State Department files a sources-sought notice to determine if small business could fulfill its requirements.

SAIC tightens ID controls for CMS services

Five-year award calls for providing remote identity proofing and multi-factor authentication services.

SI Organization buys intell firm

Acquisition bolsters strategic communications capabilities to serve intelligence and defense customers.

ManTech deal expands cybersecurity chops

ManTech plans to acquire cybersecurity-solutions provider HBGary.

CACI helps Army fine-tune communications efforts

The contract calls for helping the Army more effectively engage with its geographically, culturally and linguistically diverse audience.

HP assists GSA in strengthening government ID security

Under the USAccess program, HP will deliver identity credentials to secure federal facilities and ensure the identities of more than 500,000 federal employees and contractors.

What are VanRoekel's top 5 priorities for 2012?

The federal CIO sets an agenda focused on innovation, efficiency and better services to the citizen.

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