Tag Archives: QinetiQ North America

GSA Promotes John Radziszewski to IT Vendor Mgmt Office Director

John Radziszewski

John Radziszewski, former director of information technology products at the General Services Administration, has been appointed to lead an office that functions as the single point of contact for federal IT providers, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Friday. As director of the GSA IT Vendor Management Office, Radziszewski lead efforts to assist customer agencies with market research. 

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Reports: UVA Official Ty Schieber Named Board Chairman for New DoD Cybersecurity Certification

Ty Schieber, senior director of executive education at the University of Virginia Darden School Foundation, has been appointed to lead an independent body that will be responsible for the governance of the Department of Defense cybersecurity maturity model certification, Inside Defense reported Thursday.

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QinetiQ North America, Pratt and Miller Defense Announce Robotic Combat Vehicle Partnership; Jeff Yorsz Quoted

QinetiQ North America (QNA) and Pratt and Miller Defense announced on Monday during the 2019 Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. that the companies have formed a partnership on the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) program. 

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USO’s Jack Dyer Crouch Named Defense Policy Board Chair

Jack Dyer Crouch, president and CEO of the United Services Organization, has been appointed as chairman of the Defense Policy Board. Defense Secretary James Mattis also announced the addition of five new members to the board, the Defense Department said Thursday. Crouch previously held roles of increasing responsibility at QinetiQ North America such as …

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FedRAMP’s Controls, Tasks; QinetiQ’s John Lambeth Comments

The  General Services Administration has taken another step in implementing FedRAMP by issuing new baseline security controls for federal agencies and cloud providers. The GSA included measures similar to those in a publication issued in August 2009 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, according to FedScoop. Similar measures include …

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