Compiled by Lisa Phillips of OpDeepState.com
The entire worlds “Cloud Based” Internet system is backdoored by Israel. This is a national security disaster. Disaster is spelt D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R.
A tiny “Arc Processor” sitting within the Intel CPU with its own custom version of Linux (Minix) operating beyond the software level – completely transparent to the end user. It does not matter if you’re using Windows, Linux or Apple iOS…you are toast and this is how Israel does it.
All part of The Talpiot Program. No one is safe – no one.
Netanyahu can get away with murder because Israel controls the worlds high technology sector – over and above even the United States.
Israel rules. Until we target specifically this control of the high technology sector and specifically The Talpiot Program, we will all continue to wonder how Israel gets away with all it does.
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Weekly Roundup: DoD Awards $7.6B Cloud BPA to General Dynamics IT, Kevin Samuelson Becomes CEO of Infor, Multiple Contract Awards & Weekly Top 10 Stories
August 31, 2019
The Department of Defense (DoD) and the General Services Administration (GSA) awarded General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) a potential 10-year, $7.6B blanket purchase agreement on Thursday to replace legacy DoD IT office applications with a standard cloud-based platform across the U.S. military.
GDIT secured the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions (DEOS) BPA through CSRA, which General Dynamics acquired last year, and will collaborate with Dell Marketing and Minburn Technology Group on the project.
“DEOS is a great example of a fit-for-purpose cloud that supports our multi-cloud strategy,” said Dana Deasy, DoD Chief Information Officer and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient. “DEOS will streamline our use of cloud email and collaborative tools while enhancing cybersecurity and information sharing based on standardized needs and market offerings.”
In addition, GDIT also secured a potential $325.4M contract from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to support the emergency communications division within DHS’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
The office oversees various programs including the Next Generation Network Priority Service and Telecommunications Service Priority, which allows carriers to restore data circuits and voice systems for NS/EP organizations in the event of a natural disaster.
More Contract Awards of the Week
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected AECOM, Black & Veatch and Zapata Group to compete for architectural and engineering task orders under a five-year contract.
USACE received seven bids for the firm-fixed-price contract via the internet and will provide funds and work locations with each order, the Department of Defense. The Pentagon expects contractor services to be complete by Aug. 22, 2024.
This Week’s Executive Moves
Kevin Samuelson, formerly the chief financial officer of Infor, has succeeded Charles Phillips as CEO of the business cloud software provider. Phillips has held the CEO post over the past nine years and will transition to a new role as chairman of Infor’s board of directors.
As CFO, Samuelson led sales and operational activities and helped grow corporate revenue from $35M to $3B. Previously, the 14-year company veteran served a senior vice president of mergers and acquisitions. His career also includes time as CFO of artificial intelligence-based software developer InsideSales and chief operating officer of online retailer Backcountry.
Infor also promoted Chief Accounting Officer Jay Hopkins to the position of CFO, and named Cormac Waters and Rod Johnson to general manager roles. Chief Technology Officer Soma Somasundaram will concurrently serve as the company’s new president of products.
In addition, Nick Michaelides, vice president of U.S. federal sales at Cisco Systems and 2018 Wash100 Award recipient has been promoted to senior VP of the company’s U.S. public sector organization.
He will leverage his experience in government security and innovation as well as his understanding of the company’s mission to facilitate the development and deployment of technology platforms in support of the public sector, the company said Tuesday.
Michaelides has been with Cisco for 14 years and has held senior leadership roles at the company, including senior director for defense operations.
See also: Clear Skies for DOD Cloud Initiative
Pentagon names Dana Deasy to lead Defense IT
April 5, 2018
by Jessie Bur
The Pentagon announced April 5 that JP Morgan Chase’s former chief information officer Dana Deasy will become the Department of Defense’s top IT official in early May.
In his position, he will be responsible for how we manage and use information, communications and cybersecurity,” said Dana White, the Pentagon’s press secretary. “This is particularly important as we adopt cloud technology to make more informed and timely decisions on the battlefield.”
Deasy was appointed CIO at JP Morgan Chase in 2013, eventually managing a $9.5 billion technology budget in 2016, according to the company’s annual report. Deasy retired from the company in September 2017.
The White House requested $88 billion for IT spending in the FY19 budget for the Department of Defense.
“He will also bring greater accountability to the department’s information security posture,” White said. “Mr. Deasy’s extensive enterprise-level experience and leadership will ensure the department drives a culture of performance and maximizes the value of every taxpayer dollar entrusted to us.”
Deasy takes over from Essye Miller, who has served as acting CIO since December 2017. The agency has not had a permanent CIO since Terry Halvorsen resigned in February 2017.
Jim Mattis rejoining General Dynamics board of directors
August 7, 2019
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is rejoining the General Dynamics board of directors, the contractor announced Wednesday, the latest in the retired Marine general’s moves to re-enter the world he left when he became the head of the Pentagon more than two years ago.
The board voted to approve Mattis, who resigned as defense secretary in December, to join the board effective immediately.
Mattis first joined the GD board in August 2013 after retiring from the Marine Corps. He was required to resign from the board, divest his stock and recuse himself from all matters involving the company for one year when he became the Pentagon’s top civilian in January 2017.
President Donald Trump required political appointees to sign a pledge promising not to lobby the agencies they worked for five years after leaving the federal government. This pledge is unlikely to affect Mattis, since board members infrequently lobby agencies directly and instead focus on oversight of the running of the company, approving dividends or compensation.
In addition to rejoining the board of General Dynamics, Mattis also returned to another of his pre-Pentagon jobs as a distinguished fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in May. He previously worked at Hoover from 2013 until he became defense secretary in 2017.
General Dynamics, the fifth largest U.S. defense contractor, sells a variety of weaponry and services to the Pentagon, including ammunition, information technology services, communications equipment and ships. Its subsidiary, Electric Boat, is one of two companies building the new Columbia-class nuclear submarine. Another marine-focused subsidiary, Bath Iron Works, is building the Navy’s new guided-missile destroyer.
Some other members of the General Dynamics board previously worked in the Pentagon as well, including Rudy deLeon, a former deputy Defense secretary, and retired Adm. Cecil Haney, the former commander of U.S. Strategic Command.
Mattis, while he was still at the Pentagon, faced questions about blurring lines between the Defense Department and defense industry over a much-fought-over $10 billion cloud computing contract known as Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI.
Oracle, which lost its bid for the contract, raised issues about two meetings Mattis had with high-ranking officials from Amazon, the company considered to be the front-runner for JEDI project.
The JEDI program has also prompted questions about the so-called revolving door between the Pentagon and defense industry. Oracle alleged that there was conflict of interest in the procurement process favoring Amazon after an Amazon employee joined the Pentagon, then left to return to a job at Amazon.
Both the Government Accountability Office and U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled that the Pentagon had not acted improperly, but Defense Secretary Mark Esper has paused the program while reviews it after both the president and members of Congress voiced public concerns.
It’s common for former defense officials to take positions in industry after leaving the Pentagon. Just last month, former Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead was elected chairman of the Fincantieri Marinette Marine Corp.’s board of directors. Retired Rear Adm. Kevin Sweeney, who most recently served as Mattis’ chief of staff, also joined the shipbuilder’s board.
Multiple members of the Obama-era Pentagon have also found employment on corporate boards.
Former Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work joined Raytheon’s board of directors just one month after leaving the Defense Department in 2017. Adm. Jonathan Greenert, the former chief of naval operations, sits on the board of BAE Systems. And former Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James is on Textron’s board of directors.
U.S. Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis accepts award from the Center for the National Interest on July 25, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (DoD Photo by Tech Sgt. Vernon Young Jr.)
Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.
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B. I. R. D. Is The ADL Word, Skunkworks Treachery, And Does Israel Tally The Iowa Caucuses
Israeli spies have controlled Lockheed Martin’s Skunkworks for decades. Jeremy Rothe-Kushell and Greg McCarron reporting:
Sirhan Stabbed, RFK Shot, and the Generalized Dynamics of Epstein/Wexner Greasing the Skids for War
Video published on September 5, 2019 courtesy of The Antedote.
Topics discussed: -The Recent Prison Stabbing of Sirhan Sirhan -Robert Kennedy Stayed at a House the Night Before he was Shot that is Now Owned by Arnon Milchan -General Dynamics Wins a $7.6 Billion Pentagon Contract -Jeffrey Epstein’s Attendance at a September 2002 Meeting at a UK Property owned by Leslie Wexner which hosted US Senators during the lead up to the Iraq War. -Wexner’s Iraq War PR Project, Conducted by Arthur Finkelstein Protege Frank Luntz Special thanks to Johnny Vedmore. theswamp.media/authors/johnny-vedmore twitter.com/johnnyvedmore johnnyvedmore.com
Ghislaine Maxwell was more than the alleged protector and procurer of young girls for Jeffrey Epstein as well as his girlfriend based upon allegations. However, she is also the daughter of Robert Maxwell who I believe was a member of “The Club.” Interestingly, Maxwell’s protege was also William Browder who loves to run around claiming he is the number one enemy of Putin. While the prosecutor wants to charge Ghislaine with conspiracy, nobody knows where she is. That alone in today’s world seems unbelievable. Use a credit card or turn on your phone and they have you. You need cash and a burner phone just to start. Then you need fake passports for you to book a ticket in your name and they will be there when you land waiting with open arms.
In many ways, David Hayden is the ideal entrepreneur. While still in elementary school in a suburb east of San Francisco he published a newspaper, and before graduating from college he had his own construction business. He has seen his Internet start-ups — first Magellan, then Critical Path — soar and he has seen them crash.