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GTT Executive Chair H. Brian Thompson Lands IEEE Award for Comms Quality Leadership

H. Brian Thompson, founder and executive chairman of GTT Communications, has received an award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his contributions in efforts to establish communications quality, reliability and security. The company said May 31 IEEE’s Communications Society Technical Committee on Communications Quality & Reliability awarded Thompson this year’s CQR Chairman’s …

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CNAS Names Andrew Krepinevich, James Townsend New Adjunct Senior Fellows

The Center for a New American Security has named two national security policy leaders as adjunct senior fellows who will support the organization’s research programs and provide expertise on policy matters. CNAS said Friday the new adjunct senior fellows are Andrew Krepinevich, former president of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and …

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Former DHS Intell & Analysis Official Francis Taylor Named Principal at Cambridge Global Advisors

Francis Taylor, formerly undersecretary for intelligence and analysis at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined Cambridge Global Advisors as a principal and senior adviser. The strategic advisory services firm said Thursday Taylor will work with clients in government, nonprofits, non-government organizations and corporate establishments concerning national security and global affairs. …

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Former Army, GDIT Exec Robert Wren Named IT Transformation, EA Director at MetroStar Systems

Robert Wren, a former chief information officer of the U.S. Army‘s medical department and a General Dynamics information technology business sub-unit, has joined MetroStar Systems as director of IT transformation and enterprise architecture. MetroStar said Tuesday the enterprise IT and healthcare technology professional will lead company efforts to address the innovation needs of …

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Leidos Eyes Work to Update Navy’s Combat Environment Instrumentation Systems; Tim Reardon Comments

Leidos will work to provide research, development, sustainment and other services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division’s Combat Environment Instrumentation Systems through a potential $198 million multi-award contract the U.S. Navy awarded in March. The company said Thursday the contract also covers instrumentation delivery and updates as well as hardware and software …

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