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NOKIA PICKED FOR U.S. FEDERAL 5G CYBERSECURITY PROJECT

Nokia | January 15, 2021

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Nokia today declared it has been selected as an innovation supplier and collaborator by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) 5G Cybersecurity Project. Nokia will work with NCCoE and other key sellers, including individuals from government and industry to guarantee the progress from 4G to 5G organizations is secure. Nokia was selected by NCCoE to take an interest in the venture because of its worldwide accomplishment in 5G organizations – including equipmen...

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GOVERNMENT ENTITIES FACE AN EPROCUREMENT WAKE-UP CALL

pymnts | March 26, 2020

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The U.S. economy has never seen a clearer picture of the consequences of friction in government procurement practices than it is witnessing right now. Earlier this week, The Washington Post described the current state of medical supplies procurement as “chaos,” and despite a surge in private sector companies stepping forward to volunteer their services, adjust supply chains and connect governments with necessary products, state-level officials said a lack of clarity into available in...

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DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY'S CHRIS NEWBORN SELECTED AS SYNED'S MAY NATIONAL CYBERHERO FOR BOOSTING DEFENSE CONTRACTORS' CYBER DEFENSE SYSTEMS

SynED | May 30, 2022

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SynED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Christopher Newborn, recently retired Professor of Information Technology (Cybersecurity Emphasis) at Defense Acquisition University (DAU), is this month's CyberHero. Chris's decades of experience and approach to his work positioned him to be an outstanding advocate for the protection of sensiti...

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INTEL WINS US GOVERNMENT PROJECT TO DEVELOP LEADING-EDGE FOUNDRY ECOSYSTEM

Intel | August 23, 2021

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What’s New:The U.S. Department of Defense, through the NSTXL consortium-based S2MARTS OTA, has awarded Intel an agreement to provide commercial foundry services in the first phase of its multi-phase Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes - Commercial (RAMP-C) program. The RAMP-C program was created to facilitate the use of a U.S.-based commercial semiconductor foundry ecosystem to fabricate the assured leading-edge custom and integrated circuits and commercial products ...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

NOKIA PICKED FOR U.S. FEDERAL 5G CYBERSECURITY PROJECT

Nokia | January 15, 2021

Nokia today declared it has been selected as an innovation supplier and collaborator by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) 5G Cybersecurity Project. Nokia will work with NCCoE and other key sellers, including individuals from government and industry to guarantee the progress from 4G to 5G organizations is secure. Nokia was selected by NCCoE to take an interest in the venture because of its worldwide accomplishment in 5G organizations – including equipmen...

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GOVERNMENT ENTITIES FACE AN EPROCUREMENT WAKE-UP CALL

pymnts | March 26, 2020

The U.S. economy has never seen a clearer picture of the consequences of friction in government procurement practices than it is witnessing right now. Earlier this week, The Washington Post described the current state of medical supplies procurement as “chaos,” and despite a surge in private sector companies stepping forward to volunteer their services, adjust supply chains and connect governments with necessary products, state-level officials said a lack of clarity into available in...

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CYBERSECURITY

DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY'S CHRIS NEWBORN SELECTED AS SYNED'S MAY NATIONAL CYBERHERO FOR BOOSTING DEFENSE CONTRACTORS' CYBER DEFENSE SYSTEMS

SynED | May 30, 2022

SynED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Christopher Newborn, recently retired Professor of Information Technology (Cybersecurity Emphasis) at Defense Acquisition University (DAU), is this month's CyberHero. Chris's decades of experience and approach to his work positioned him to be an outstanding advocate for the protection of sensiti...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

INTEL WINS US GOVERNMENT PROJECT TO DEVELOP LEADING-EDGE FOUNDRY ECOSYSTEM

Intel | August 23, 2021

What’s New:The U.S. Department of Defense, through the NSTXL consortium-based S2MARTS OTA, has awarded Intel an agreement to provide commercial foundry services in the first phase of its multi-phase Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes - Commercial (RAMP-C) program. The RAMP-C program was created to facilitate the use of a U.S.-based commercial semiconductor foundry ecosystem to fabricate the assured leading-edge custom and integrated circuits and commercial products ...

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