• At your service. Computer emergency response teams for the Army Land Information Warfare Agency at Fort Belvoir, Va., will use CyberWolf security software from Mountain Wave Inc. of Falls Church, Va., to monitor the security of Army networks worldwide. The automated incident-tracking tool analyzes and correlates data on network traffic and delivers a summary to a security analyst, according to a Mountain Wave press release.

  • I do. Thomas P. Christie was sworn in last month as the Defense Department's director of Operational Test and Evaluation. He replaces Phil Coyle who left the position last year and is now a senior adviser with the Center for Defense Information, an independent research organization in Washington.

    Christie served for nine years as director of the Operational Evaluation Division at the Institute for Defense Analysis, a federally funded R&D center. He performed analyses of more than 200 major DOD programs.

    In his new position, Christie advises the secretary of Defense on weapon systems testing.

  • It's a deal. Government Technology Solutions Inc. of Placerville, Calif., has won a blanket purchasing agreement to provide computer security software and services for the Air Force and other Defense customers. Through the agreement, military customers can purchase centrally managed network security software certified by the National Information Assurance Acquisition Policy.

    Government Technology Solutions offers firewalls as well as virtual private network, antivirus, security and Internet policy management software.
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