General Dynamics Information Technology has been awarded a $22 million contract from the U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) to support the Naval Integrated Tactical Environment System Next Generation (NITES-Next) program. The contract has a potential value of $67.7 million over five years. Under the contract, the company will design, develop, integrate, test and support the deployment of NITES-Next, which displays tailored meteorological and oceanographic products on mission planning and command and control systems.
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The U.S. Army has awarded Alion Science and Technology a $3.1 million contract to provide technical engineering support to help the service evolve its LandWarNet concepts and capabilities. LandWarNet consists of interconnected networks that connect to the Defense Department's Global Information Grid.
"The problem is our warfighters are digital natives. They understand the technology they could have and are looking at what they're getting and they're saying, 'Hey, this isn't good.'"
The intelligence community has been leading the government pack in its collaboration efforts. Christopher Dorobek points to 9/11 and other examples to show how government realized it needed a better way to collect, process and share intelligence data in this month's Incoming column, "The Intelligence Community Writes the Book on Collaboration."
SIGNAL Scape isn't the only blog at AFCEA. The intelligence department has two great blogs as well: MAZZ-INT and a new intelligence small business blog.
In honor of Veterans Day, Applebee's invites veterans and active-duty military members to eat free at its restaurant locations on Wednesday, November 11.
Math is not my strong suit; I always travel with a calculator and a tip card to help me scoot by. I know I'm not alone thanks to CheckPlease.