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The impact of mobility and collaboration on IT modernization
Doug Jones, technical core competency lead for IT modernization at Leidos joined Federal News Radio to discussed some of the challenges with real-time collaboration.
Putting the cloud to work in government
Keith Johnson, chief technology officer and chief engineer for Leidos’ Defense and Intelligence Group joined Federal News Radio to share insights in the areas of cost, analysis and user experience.
#Innovidual Rowland Max-Lino
We’re a company full of innovative individuals, or as we call them, #innoviduals. This month’s #innovidual is Rowland Max-Lino, Chief Engineer for Leidos UK/Europe's Civil, Defence & Health division.
Aerospace, Defense, and Government Services M&A Considerations
Leidos EVP Jerry Howe, and Brian Mangino and James McCullough of Fried Frank examine regulatory concerns, government approvals, and the market outlook in Aerospace, Defense, and Government M&A
Leidos experts featured on Nextgov's new podcast on emerging technology in government
Each episode has guests from the federal space, including some of our Leidos experts, who are leaders and innovators in procuring and managing tech.
Jessica Morgenstern honored by AFCEA's Central Maryland Chapter
Morgenstern, a Senior Capture Manager in our Defense & Intelligence Group, was recently recognized for her professional accomplishments and leadership role in AFCEA’s Central Maryland Chapter.
Introduction to analysis: ISAO guidelines on identifying, defining and mitigating cyber threats
David Sula, a Signal Processing Engineer at Leidos, recently helped the Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) develop a unified voluntary set of guidelines for information sharing.
Leidos Honored with Prestigious Defense Security Service Award
Leidos today announced the company's Reston-based Corporate Security office was one of 39 facilities that received the 2018 James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award.
#Innovidual Bob Riepshoff
We’re a company full of innovative individuals, or as we call them, #innoviduals. This month’s #innovidual is Bob Riepshoff, Chief Architect of our DISA GSM-O program and a Leidos Technical Fellow.
Leidos selected to provide continued mission-critical IT support for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Company to provide information technology support services to more than 37,000 USACE customers around the world.
Simon Daykin contributes to panel discussion on cloud security
The CTO for Leidos UK's Civil, Defence and Health businesses discussed the potential benefits cloud technology can offer to forces at the front line and the potential obstacles the technology faces.
Leidos puts real-time training capability in warfighters' hands before they deploy
Company awarded $210 million contract to support Army’s Synthetic Environment Program
The autonomous ocean of the future
From captain-less cargo ships to robotic rescue boats, unmanned maritime vessels will soon rule the sea — and finally unlock its untapped potential.
Thoughts on leadership: An interview with Tracy Greenfield
From leading the MOD logistics programme to protecting the increasingly sophisticated but ever-vulnerable public and private sectors, Leidos UK & Europe is an evolving, mission-focused organisation.
Country roads and high-tech careers: Technological rebirth in the heart of coal country
To understand West Virginia’s emerging tech industry, you have to understand the Mountain State itself, the heart of American coal country and a formidable player in Rust Belt manufacturing.
From Bosnia to Beavercreek, this veteran goes where the mission takes him
Keith Westheimer’s 13-year Air Force career took him around the world. These days, Westheimer the civilian calls the Dayton, Ohio area home. Indeed, the Gem City region has a lot going for it.
Helping Veterans Affairs at the ground level
Health Group president Jon Scholl explains to Federal News Radio how Leidos supports the VA on two key fronts
Making a Safer, Healthier, and More Efficient World
An address by and conversation with Roger Krone as part of The Atlantic Council Captains of Industry Series
'Cyber bullets' were once a spy tool but may soon scan wi-fi networks for the Army
Advanced battlefield cyber capabilities were once only reserved for the most highly trained and secretive forces, but now these tools and concepts are emerging from the shadows where they originated.
Borders of the future: How technology will change immigration and security systems