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Alexander Named Army Joint-ID PM

April 8, 2010
By Beverly Schaeffer

The U.S. Army Product Manager for Joint-Automatic Identification Technology, part of the Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, has selected Jim Alexander as deputy product manager.

Stella Named DASD for Senate Affairs

April 8, 2010
By Beverly Schaeffer

Michael J. Stella has been assigned as deputy assistant secretary of defense for Senate affairs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Legislative Affairs), Washington, D.C.

DoD Releases Open Government Plan

April 8, 2010
By H. Mosher

The Department of Defense yesterday launched the Open Government Plan, its latest salvo aimed at increasing transparency and opportunities for engagement and collaboration.

AFCEA Education Summit at Joint Warfighting Conference

April 6, 2010
By H. Mosher

The AFCEA Education Summit will take place on Monday, May 10, 2010, from 2 to 3:15 p.m. at the 2010 Joint Warfighting Conference, taking place at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. The summit will feature discussions on educational issues and best practices to benefit AFCEA Chapters, and will be broadcast over the internet for those not attending. Click here for topics and details.

Cool App-titude: Mashable

April 6, 2010
By Katie Packard

I keep up with all things social media and Web 2.0 related by reading Mashable, one of the largest blogs focused specifically on these topics. Now fans like me can read Mashable on the go with the Mashable iPhone app. The free tool allows users to browse by channel, category, tag or author; share stories via e-mail, Twitter or Facebook; save stories to read offline later; and more. For more information or to download the application, visit the iTunes store. These sites are not affiliated with AFCEA or SIGNAL Magazine, and we are not responsible for the content or quality of the products offered. When visiting new Web sites, please use proper Internet security procedures. In other news, this is Katie Packard's last post to Cool App-titudes and SIGNAL Scape. But never fear, the blog--and the App-titude column--will continue. Future editions will include apps for other mobile platforms, Facebook, and others that catch our attention. We hope you enjoy!

Thales Awarded Daring Class Support Contract

April 5, 2010
By Henry Kenyon

Thales U.K. has won a six-ship, seven year support contract for the Royal Navy's Daring class destroyers' fully integrated communications system. Under the multi-million pound contract, the company will guarantee the availability of the communication systems fitted to the ships. The contract covers all internal and external communications systems and will run until 2016.

Lockheed Martin Selected For CANES Program Contract

April 5, 2010
By Henry Kenyon

The U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) has selected Lockheed Martin for one of two initial system development and demonstration contracts for the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program. The 14-month contract for the common computing environment portion of the program is valued at $15 million. Selection of a single prime contractor to complete limited rate initial production (LRIP) is scheduled for 2011.

DDM To Supply Portable Armored Walls To The Mexican Federal Police

April 5, 2010
By Henry Kenyon

Dynamic Defense Materials, LLC (DDM) has been awarded a contract valued at more than $1 million dollars to supply its portable armored wall system, McCurdy's Armor, to the Mexican Federal Police. The police will use the equipment as rapidly deployed guard posts.

Guest Post: The Launch of STS-131, From the Press Site at the Kennedy Space Center

April 5, 2010
By Henry Kenyon

Student Katherine Ackerman blogs her experience at this morning's launch of Space Shuttle Discovery: "There was a giant rush of air, an enormous flame, and-kaboom-blastoff! I'm torn between saying that it looked like the world was ending and that it looked like the world was being created anew."

Northrop Grumman To Supply Machinery Automation Systems For Lithuanian Navy Ships

April 5, 2010
By Henry Kenyon

Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a contract to supply machinery automation systems for two mine countermeasures vessels being sold by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence to the Lithuanian Navy. The contract was awarded to Northrop Grumman's Sperry Marine unit by Thales U.K., the prime contractor for the refit and upgrade. The two ships will be fitted with Sperry Marine's commercial machinery automation system, which provides an integrated and flexible network for monitoring and controlling the ships' engines and auxiliary systems.

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