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  • DARPA Funding Laser Technology With Commercial Potential

    Posted on: July 20, 2016

    Development of lightweight commmunications terminals could transcend military use A DARPA-funded technology contract aimed at improving satellite communications among warfighters has applications that transcend the battlefield for use in the commercial marketplace. LGS Innovations, a Herndon, Virginia-based technology company that traces its heritage to the Bell Labs innovation incubator, is drawing on that heritage and…

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    LGS Wins Alliant Contract to Support U.S. Army in South Korea

    Posted on: July 20, 2016

    Computer security service firm LGS Innovations announced July 18 that the company has been awarded a five-year contract in support of the Yongsan Relocation Plan Increment 2C (YRP-2C) by the U.S. Army under the Alliant contract. “LGS had the right combination of risk management and logistical expertise to undertake this project, as well as a…

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    LGS wins $48M contract to orchestrate one of largest U.S Army relocations

    Posted on: July 19, 2016

    LGS Innovations has won a $48 million contract to improve and relocate C4I systems and infrastructure from U.S. Army facilities throughout South Korea to U.S Army Garrison Humphreys on the western coast of the country. The relocation is one of the largest in the U.S. Army’s history, the company said in a release. Under the…

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    LGS Innovations Awarded $48+ Million Yongsan Relocation Contract by U.S. Army for Network and C4I System Relocation in Republic of Korea

    Posted on: July 18, 2016

    Army communications move from multiple locations in the Republic of Korea to Camp Humphreys is one of the largest base relocations in Army history HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LGS Innovations has been awarded a five-year contract in support of the Yongsan Relocation Plan Increment 2C (YRP-2C) by the U.S. Army under the Alliant contract. LGS is relocating…

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    LGS Innovations’ Ray Ivie Talks Cybersecurity Workforce and Recent Acquisition of Axios

    Posted on: July 6, 2016

    LGS Innovations President of Engineering and Integration Services, Ray Ivie, has brought his years of experience in the Navy to his new role of managing the profit and loss of Engineering and Integration Services Group. WashingtonExec spoke with Ivie on his decision to join LGS, the company’s recent acquisition of Axios Engineering and the shortage…

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    LGS INNOVATIONS NAMED ONE OF WASHINGTON POST “TOP WORKPLACES” FOR 2016

    Posted on: June 20, 2016

    HERNDON, Va. — June 20, 2016 — LGS Innovations announced today it has been named as a 2016 Top Workplace by the Washington Post. In its third annual survey, The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list spotlights private, public, nonprofit, and government agencies with the highest ratings from their employees in a survey conducted by Workplace…

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    Meet the 150 companies in the D.C. area with the highest ratings from their employees

    Posted on: June 20, 2016

    LGS Innovations LGS team members at work. (Courtesy of LGS Innovations) Founded: 2007 Sector: Telecommunications and Network Services Headquarters: Herndon, Va. Locations in D.C. area: 4 Local Employees: 158 Total employees: 1,000 lgsinnovations.com   As a government technology contractor with roots in AT&T’s Bell Labs, LGS is all about solving problems. It looks for employees…

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    It’s easy to say you want to innovate. These companies are doing it.

    Posted on: June 17, 2016

    A lot of companies say they want to hire innovators, but creating a culture where ideas filter up from the rank and file can be really difficult. Sometimes, employees fear that their ideas will be tossed aside in favor of established modes of operation. And the time and financial resources it takes to put new…

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    Why agencies need to get to the source (of the source code)

    Posted on: June 1, 2016

    Cyberattacks carry tremendous potential for destruction, particularly when they are aimed at the devices that run our networks. By controlling network devices, attackers gain the ability to monitor and control network traffic, redirect users to alternate websites and launch attacks against other devices to which they would otherwise not have access. Routers, switches, and firewalls…

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    Railroads focus on cybersecurity threats created — often unintentionally — by employees, software vendors

    Posted on: June 1, 2016

    As railroaders work to secure their growing network of digital assets, they’ll need to keep a close eye on several key threats, including risks posed by their own employees and software vendors, information technology (IT) execs say. With access to a range of confidential information, employees can compromise the security of railroads’ numerous systems and…

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