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Leaders of an effort to save thousands of jobs at Naval Base Ventura County say they believe the Department of Defense initially wanted to close, not simply scale back, operations at Point Mugu.
The Department of Defense is faced with a tremendous challenge--working to make sense of massive amounts of data from disparate sources to identify and respond to security threats," said Rick Rosenburg, managing partner, defense, Unisys U.
Transportation firms providing quality service to the Department of Defense are eligible for recognition from the Military Traffic Management Command.
The vast expanse of the base with its nearly contiguous Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines installations and ranges with millions of acres of Department of Defense land makes it well suited to serve as the future home for all Department of Defense flight test activities, the report said.
Rome Research continues to solidify its position as the contractor of choice in the Department of Defense (DoD) I/T communications support market," commented Al Lane, RRC President.
Peter Gitto, 599th commander, Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii, for excellence in traffic management in the Department of Defense Transportation System.
What is not as well known is that the Department of Defense (DoD) already had a foot in the door to most of these countries in Central and South Asia.
The rise of Net-centric applications and converged networks have increased demand for our network management solutions from commercial enterprises, government agencies, Department of Defense and homeland security organizations," stated Phillip Carrai, president and CEO of Ai Metrix.