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AT Kearney to Back Research, Education Programs at American University Cyber Governance Center

A.T. Kearney will sponsor cybersecurity research and education programs at American University’s Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center in an effort to publicize governance in computer network defense initiatives. Global consulting firm A.T. Kearney said Monday it will work with the KCGC to promote cybersecurity breach preparation, prevention, detection and response practices. KCGC works to provide collaborative, objective and …

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OPM, Excelsior Sign Agreement to Back Federal Employees’ Higher Education Pursuits; Beth Cobert Comments

Excelsior College has inked an agreement with the Office of Personnel Management to assist more than 1 million federal employees along with respective spouses and domestic partners in their individual pursuits of higher education degrees. The collaboration will build on OPM’s efforts to gather new talent and support federal employees’ career development and address …

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Kevin Peppe: Raytheon Taps Commercial Suppliers for Waterfront Tech

Raytheon has partnered with commercial suppliers to pinpoint technology opportunities in ship system integration and other shipyard operations in the fields of mobile wireless communications, workflow and asset management and prognostics. The company said Dec. 23 that its supplier innovation team recently organized a forum for these suppliers as Raytheon seeks to foster collaboration …

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Tim Zuber Becomes U.S. Partner-In-Charge at KPMG

Tim Zuber has been appointed U.S. partner-in-charge of knowledge and collaboration management at KPMG. In his new role, Zuber will lead efforts to adopt best practices throughout the firm and will serve on the U.S. strategic investments committee, KPMG said Tuesday. Steven Hill, U.S. vice chair of strategic investments, said Zuber …

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Avaya Solutions Spur Cancer Research Collaboration

The Canary Foundation, a non-profit focusing on early cancer identification, is using Avaya’s Video Conferencing Solutions to facilitate research collaboration across disciplines and institutions. Both the Canary Foundation and Stanford University School of Medicine utilize Avaya videoconferencing endpoints powered by Avaya Aura unified communications core platform. Research team members are …

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