Mandatory cyber certification: What good is it?

A debate rages over a Senate proposal to require certification or licensing for all cybersecurity professionals who work on government information systems.

Another private equity deal hits the government market

GTCR and Six3 Systems make their first acqiusition as part of a strategy to build a new national security focused company.

SAIC to support DOD information assurance training

SAIC will help the Defense Department meet cybersecurity requirements under a training contract awarded by the Defense Information Systems Agency.

CACI to assist Navy with combat aviation training

CACI International Corp. will furnish management, technical, data analysis and information technology services to the Chief of Naval Air Training under a $30 million contract.

EDSA to supply Navy with modeling software

EDSA Micro Corp. will supply the Naval Warfare Surface Center with modeling and simulation software under a new contract.

DOD gets assistance with IFF system

Alion Science and Technology will help the Defense Department evaluate an identification system designed to reduce friendly fire accidents.

Boeing to develop aerial microwave system for USAF program

Boeing Co. will develop a microwave defense system for the Air Force under a $38 million contract.

Health IT alliance to spread stimulus gospel

Allscripts, Microsoft and Cisco are now members of an alliance meeting with doctors on the health IT economic stimulus law provisions.

Seven win $16.4B Army contract

Contractors will now compete for task orders for systems integration and other technology services.

Army seeks small-business aid for learning system

Services needed from small businesses for the Distributed Learning System include customer outreach communications, office information technology systems and technical document preparation.

Varied portfolio keeps UTC strong

United Technology Corp. uses its diversified portfolio of companies and technologies to ride out the ups and downs of the economy.

Diversification keeps L-3 steady

With a variety of business units providing a wide range of services to the government, L-3 doesn't rely on any one market segment for its growth.

CSC counts cyber, health, logistics among hot targets

Computer Sciences Corp. celebrates its 50th birthday by identifying the seven markets that it thinks can grow its business.

ITT to support Navy simulation research

ITT Corp. will help the Naval Research Laboratory develop simulation technologies under a new contract.

AT&T podcasts offer application upkeep tips

Networx contractor AT&T offers series of podcasts to help customers keep their applications well-tuned.

Alion to continue designing Air Force readiness system

Alion Science and Technology will continue to design a Web-based reporting system for the Air Force under a five-year, $8.5 million contract.

Cubic to deliver combat trainers to Army

Cubic Corp. has received new orders to provide the Army with the latest version of its laser-equipped combat training systems.

Lockheed wins Army tactical trainer deal

Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide 10 close combat tactical trainers to the Army under a new contract.

L-3 to provide electronic warfare training to Navy

L-3 Communications Corp. will provide the Navy with training to counter electronic warfare under a contract modification worth $21.94 million

L-3 unit wins B-2 training deal

L-3 Communications Corp. has won an Air Force contract to assist with aircrew training for the B-2 stealth aircraft.

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