Tag Archives: Georgia

Unisys Awarded $25M Contract from State of Georgia to Provide Cloud-Based Email and Collaboration Tools; Michael Morrison Quoted

Unisys announced on Friday that the State of Georgia has awarded the company a potential eight year, $25 million contract to enable 47,000 email users at 14 state government agencies for seamless and secure access email and tools like Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and Skype. 

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Navy Announces Name of New Arleigh Burke-Class Destoyer

The U.S. Navy named an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer after a senator who served on behalf of Georgia for over 20 years. USS Sam Nunn or DDG 133 will be a 509-foot-long destroyer designed to travel at speeds over 30 knots, the service branch said Monday. Nunn, the ship's namesake, contributed a year of active duty service to the U.S. Coast Guard and remained a reservist for eight years before his appointment as congressman in 1968.

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Report: Gen. Mark Milley Orders Army to Review EW Capability Gap

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley has directed the U.S. Army to study gaps in the military branch’s electronic warfare capacity, Breaking Defense reported Monday. The review commenced in April and explores active measures to detect, deceive and disrupt adversaries’ radio and radar platforms. Col. Mark Dotson, EW capability manager …

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Rep. Tom Price Confirmed as HHS Secretary

The Senate has confirmed Rep. Tom Price (R-Georgia) to head the Department of Health and Human Services through a 52-47 vote, Reuters reported Friday. Susan Cornwell writes Price will have the ability to modify regulations under the 2010 Affordable Care Act in his role as HHS secretary. He authored the legislation to repeal ACA and replace it with tax credits for health …

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Navy Realigns Information Warfare Learning Sites

The U.S. Navy has subordinated the Center for Information Warfare Training’s learning sites under training commands in a move to increase oversight of the facilities. The service branch said Tuesday that CIWT’s 12 learning sites will be renamed “information warfare training sites” and placed under the control of Information Warfare Training Commands in Virginia …

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