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  • LGS Spurring Government Innovation

    Posted on: October 7, 2016

    LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly recently sat down with the Washington Business Journal to talk innovations, government contracts, and what the future holds for LGS. LGS is back in the game 10 years after being shut out of DARPA contracts, LGS is again spurring government innovation By James Bach, Washington Business Journal In 2007, the…

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    LGS CEO Kevin Kelly Selected as Finalist for “Executive of the Year” Award

    Posted on: September 19, 2016

    LGS Innovations Chief Executive Officer Kevin Kelly has been selected as a finalist for the “Executive of the Year” award sponsored by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and Professional Services Council as part of the 14th annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards™ program. According to the award sponsors, the Executive of the Year award…

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    Advancing Satellite Technology for Today’s Warfighter Drives Kevin Kelly, CEO of LGS Innovations

    Posted on: September 16, 2016

    Via WashingtonExec The needs of today’s warfighters are growing – especially when it comes to increased bandwidth and a data-rich environment. That’s something Kevin Kelly knows all about. “Traditional radio-frequency satellite communication is frankly not sufficient to handle the data demands of the modern-day soldier,” says Kelly, CEO of LGS Innovations, a U.S.-owned provider of…

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    Cyber warfare at the tactical edge: Information ballistics and cyber bombs

    Posted on: September 6, 2016

    Kevin Kelly featured in Jane’s International Defence Review: According to Kelly, when designers develop code, they build in hooks so that maintenance teams can access network equipment and get behind the operating systems and monitor functions. “Well, that same monitoring function can be very valuable to an adversary who is looking to intercept traffic or…

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    LGS’s Jim Agniel and Greg Gurski “Pay it Forward” with FIRST® LEGO® League

    Posted on: August 25, 2016

    Our recent story highlighting how Amy Devine has been giving back to the STEM community by volunteering to judge the FIRST Robotics Challenge sparked another story—also in the FIRST world (so to speak). It turns out that Jim Agniel, Business Development Manager in EIS, and Greg Gurski, EIS Chief Technical Officer, also support FIRST(For Inspiration…

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    “Lean In” Professional Women’s Development Series Piloted in LGS Westminster

    Posted on: August 18, 2016

    Maybe you’ve heard the story: As a Navy Reservist (and early computer scientist) in 1946, Grace Hopper and her team discovered a moth stuck in a relay switch in a Mark II computer, and then removed it—thus performing the first (literal) “debugging” in computer history. Fast forward to 2015: Jillian Craft, LGS Project Manager, attends…

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    WashingtonExec Hosts Inaugural Winery Event

    Posted on: August 11, 2016

    In an effort to foster a tighter community within WashingtonExec members and their families, WashingtonExec on July 17 hosted its first-ever family outing at the Winery at Bull Run in Centreville, Virginia. The event offered plenty of family-friendly activities, including face painting and an on-site photographer.Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., also gave a brief speech. “The…

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    LGS Technical Manager Amy Devine Judges Annual Robotics Competition

    Posted on: August 3, 2016

    St. Louis MO – From 1995 until their recent relocation to Los Angeles, the St. Louis Rams football team waged titanic, bone-crushing contests of brute physical force against their NFL opponents in the Edward Jones Dome.This April, 20,000 combatants and 40,000 fans gathered in that same arena to witness a more cerebral type of battle:…

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    LGS at the Races: We Keep Rolling with Cooper Motorsports

    Posted on: July 27, 2016

    Last year, we described how the LGS Florham Park (FP) office supports Cooper Motorsports, a team of undergraduate students from a variety of academic backgrounds who design and build racecars at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City. This year, the CU students drove their car in two…

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    LGS Innovations to relocate and update US Army’s communications network

    Posted on: July 21, 2016

    LGS Innovations has secured a $48m contract from the US Army to relocate a communications network infrastructure from multiple locations in the Republic of Korea to US Army Garrison (USAG) Humphreys. The contract is in line with the Yongsan Relocation Plan Increment 2C (YRP-2C). Under the five-year contract, LGS will relocate and upgrade the army’s…

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