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CSRA’s Yogesh Khanna to Lead Conference Call on Federal Cloud Adoption

CSRA will hold a conference call on July 17 with the investment community and government information technology professionals to discuss cloud adoption within the U.S. federal government. Yogesh Khanna, CSRA chief technology officer, will facilitate the conference call alongside federal practice leaders from Microsoft and ServiceNow, CSRA said Monday. The call …

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Boeing to Sponsor AFA’s Cyber Education Program

Boeing has been named a diamond-level sponsor for a cyber education program managed by the Air Force Association. AFA said Friday Boeing will help expand the CyberPatriot program’s efforts to promote cyber, science, technology, engineering and math education across U.S. The program works to facilitate the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition for high …

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IT Vet Robert Youngjohns Joins Blueprint’s Board of Directors

Robert Youngjohns, a senior adviser at management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, has joined Blueprint‘s board of directors. The Toronto, Canada-based software company said Thursday that Youngjohns brings experience in various leadership roles from his time leading the information technology industry. “Robert is a true pioneer and trailblazer in the world of …

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Former DOT CIO Richard McKinney Joins AECOM as Enterprise IT Strategy VP

Richard McKinney, formerly chief information officer at the U.S. Transportation Department, has joined AECOM’s management services group as vice president of enterprise information technology strategy. McKinney will oversee the delivery of AECOM’s systems engineering and information platforms and services to clients, the company said Wednesday. John Vollmer, president of AECOM’s …

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Former US CIO Tony Scott to Serve as Board Member at Baldrige Foundation

Tony Scott, former federal chief information officer and administrator of the Office of Management and Budget‘s e-government and information technology unit. is set to join Washington-based Baldrige Foundation in April as a member of the board of directors. Al Faber, president and CEO of the Baldrige Foundation, said in a statement released Tuesday that …

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Microsoft to Offer Cybersecurity Administration Training for Military Vets

Microsoft has introduced a cybersecurity learning path under the company’s technology training program for military veterans and transitioning service members. The company said its Microsoft Software & Systems Academy will offer the Cybersecurity Administration program that will tackle access controls; cryptology; risk identification, monitoring and analysis; incident response and recovery; and network and communications security. “The …

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Leidos to Sponsor Air Force Association’s Cyber Education Program; Chuck Heflebower Comments

Leidos will continue to sponsor the Air Force Association’s cyber education program for the eighth consecutive year. AFA said Monday Leidos has supported CyberPatriot as a Cyber Silver sponsor since the program’s inception in 2009 to help develop students’ cyber skills and interest in science, technology, engineering and math careers. “We at Leidos are …

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UMUC to Continue Support for Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot

The University of Maryland University College will continue to sponsor the Air Force Association’s national youth cyber education program for a fourth consecutive year. UMUC said Thursday it will support the CyberPatriot program in an effort to promote science, technology, engineering, mathematics and cybersecurity education to students. The 2015-2016 CyberPatriot National Defense Competition aims to develop …

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