Science Applications International Corp. will improve the Transportation Security Administration's baggage-screening capabilities and reduce false alarms with a $25 million order for new imaging equipment.
Noblis Inc., a provider of technology and strategy services to the federal government, has won a seven-year prime contract with a potential value of $350 million to support the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Control system.
Tuesday afternoon's 5.8 earthquake left hundreds of thousands of people along the East Coast temporarily without cell-phone service as circuits became overloaded and communications in many cases was reduced to texting or tweets. So what's a nation to do?
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide the Transportation Security Administration with new passenger screening and security equipment across the east and central United States under two, two-year regional task orders worth a combined $72 million.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Air Force improve the service's overhead intelligence gathering efforts under a five-year follow-on contract potentially worth more than $49 million.
The idea of the military tapping replay technology used by the National Football League to manage the fast-growing volume of battlefield video shouldn’t be overturned, GCN Lab director John Breeden writes.
The real potential of the Go Mobile program is in providing military personnel access to their AKO/DKO accounts wirelessly. The days of luggable laptops might be over soon, replaced in this case with smart phones that pack almost as much computing power.