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FirstNet President TJ Kennedy to Step Down, Rejoin Private Sector

T.J. Kennedy, president of the First Responder Network Authority, will depart his role by the end of the year and return to the private sector, Urgent Communications reported. The report said Kennedy plans to continue working toward public safety communications goals after he leaves FirstNet. “I’m not leaving this area, this industry …

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Profile: Scott Kaplan, NGA Chief of Cloud Security

Scott Kaplan serves as chief of cloud security at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency  and works in the cloud security division of NGA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer and IT Services directorate, or CIO-T. He brings years of information technology, security, operations and business experience to his current position and aims to …

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Matthew Donovan Starts in Air Force Undersecretary Role

Matthew Donovan, a 31-year U.S. Air Force veteran, took the oath of office to become undersecretary of the military branch during a ceremony held Friday at the Pentagon. The Air Force said Friday he will oversee efforts to organize, train, equip and deliver welfare services to approximately 660,000 active-duty, Guard, Reserve, civilian …

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Matthew Donovan Nominated as Air Force Undersecretary

Matthew Donovan, a policy director and professional staff member at the Senate Armed Services Committee, has been nominated to serve as the next U.S. Air Force undersecretary, Air Force Times reported Thursday. In his current role, Donovan advises committee Chairman John McCain (R-Arizona) on matters related to the Defense Department‘s fixed-wing, manned …

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SAIC Report: Civilian Agency Should Assume Space Traffic Mgmt Work

A report carried out by Science Applications International Corp. recommends the U.S. government transfer space traffic management oversight responsibilities to a civilian agency, Space News reported Wednesday. Jeff Foust writes SAIC prepared the “Orbital Traffic Management Study” on behalf of NASA in line with a provision of the Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness …

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White House Plans EO for Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The administration is working with federal agencies and private-sector suppliers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions ahead of a new executive order from President Barack Obama that seeks to further efforts to address climate change. The Office of the Press Secretary announced Thursday that Obama will mandate a 40 percent decrease in …

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