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William Stulb Named Spectrum President; Jeffrey Wassmer Comments

William Stulb, formerly Spectrum’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, has been named the company’s president, the Daily Press reported Friday. Stulb succeeds Jeffrey Wassmer, who will move to lead Virginia Port Authority’s board, according to the report. Stulb, a former U.S. Navy nuclear propulsion engineer, joined Spectrum in 2012 …

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Iron Bow Partner Becomes FAA Authorized Dealer; Ron Gula Comments

Iron Bow Technologies and Unicom have signed a contract to make their channel partner Tenable Network Security Inc. an authorized retailer for the Federal Aviation Administration. The deal will enable the FAA to utilize Tenable Network Security’s compliance and intelligence products under a strategic sales program called SAVES, according to …

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TeleCommunication Systems Wins $48M DoD C4 IDIQ Position; Michael Bristol Comments

TeleCommunication Systems has won position on a $48 million multiple-award contract to provide command, control, communications and computer support services to Defense Department agencies. TSC joins five other companies under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle to help the department operate analysis, systems integration and operational systems, the company said Thursday. Michael Bristol, president …

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Booz Allen DoD Cloud Project Up for Red Hat Innovation Award

Booz Allen Hamilton has been selected as a finalist for Red Hat‘s “Innovator of the Year” award, which acknowledges partners that use Red Hat technology to support customers. Booz Allen used Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux, JBoss Middleware and Enterprise Virtualization to develop a private cloud for the Defense Department, Red …

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CRS Report: 108K Contractors in Afghanistan

The Congressional Research Service says there are 108,000 U.S.-paid contractors providing military support in Afghanistan, outnumbering the 65,700 uniformed troops on the ground, Nextgov reported Thursday. Bob Brewin writes CRS said in a report that the Pentagon spent $159.6 billion between 2007 and 2012 on contracting services in Iraq and …

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Executive Profile: Andy Dougherty, DigitalGlobe VP of U.S. Government Sales

Andy Dougherty serves as vice president of U.S. government sales at DigitalGlobe (formerly GeoEye), having joined the company in May 2011 and possessing 12 years of industry experience. He is responsible for the company’s federal sales leadership to drive broader adoption of the company’s online access and analytics solutions across the Defense Department, intelligence, …

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Executive Profile: John Luddy, Aerojet VP and Washington, D.C. Office Head

John Luddy serves as vice president of Aerojet‘s Washington, D.C. office where he oversees the company’s business development, government affairs and Congressional relations activities in the national capital region. He joined Aerojet in 2011 after two decades of experience in the Washington policy arena. Prior to coming to Aerojet, he ran his own consulting …

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Executive Profile: Greg Frank, Bechtel GM of Defense and Security Business Line

Greg Frank serves as the general manager of Bechtel‘s defense and security business line. In this role, he oversees a portfolio of complex government projects in the areas of chemical demilitarization, missile defense, Defense Department base operations and global nonproliferation. He also has responsibility for project performance and customer satisfaction and shares in the accountability …

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Executive Profile: Peter ‘Mudge’ Zatko, Google Executive

Peter Zatko, also know by the name “Mudge,” currently works for technology giant, Google. He joined the firm from his program manager role at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Strategic Technologies Office, a position he held since 2010. While working for the agency, he created the cyber fast track program, where hackers …

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