Vencore Wins Prime Position on $980 Million ID-IQ Multiple Award Contract to Support National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Chantilly, Va. — April 25, 2017 — Vencore, Inc. announced today that it was awarded a prime position on the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Multi-Intelligence Analytical and Collection Support Services (MACSS) program. The multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract is valued at $980 million with a performance period of five years.

NGA is both a combat support and an intelligence agency of the United States government, with the primary mission of collecting, analyzing, and distributing geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) in support of national security.

Under the MACSS contract, Vencore will provide NGA with source operations technical support including the integration of new GEOINT sources and a variety of analytic services to monitor and enhance system performance, modeling and simulation, as well as collection strategies.

“This award is a true testament of Vencore’s advanced analytical capabilities,” said Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Vencore. “As a longtime partner to NGA, we are steadfast in our dedication to their mission and are excited to expand our partnership beyond our legacy systems engineering and integration work to provide sophisticated smart analytics solutions for the MACSS program.”

Vencore provides highly technical and analytical engineering expertise to government customers across the military, intelligence and federal IT spectrum. As an established leader in systems engineering and integration, Vencore helps its government customers improve efficiency, effectiveness and performance.

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Vencore Appoints Kevin Boyle as Senior Vice President and General Counsel

Chantilly, Va. – April 11, 2017 – Vencore, Inc. today announced the appointment of Kevin Boyle as senior vice president and general counsel. In this role, Boyle will lead all legal and ethics functions for Vencore as well as the management of the company’s contracts, procurement and property management organizations.

Boyle joins Vencore with more than 20 years of legal and business experience. Most recently, Boyle served as senior vice president, general counsel and secretary at Alion Science and Technology Corporation. Prior to that, he held general counsel roles at MCR, Vangent and General Dynamics Information Technology, amongst others.

“Vencore is very excited to welcome Kevin as the newest member of our senior leadership team,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore, Inc. “He has extensive experience as a legal executive in successful corporate transactions, intellectual property oversight, procurement and government contracting law, which make him the ideal candidate to lead our legal and ethics functions.  I am confident that he will play a pivotal role in executing the strategic goals of our company.”

Boyle received his Juris Doctor degree from Tulane Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University.


Vencore CTO Barry Barlow Named to FCW Federal 100

Chantilly, Va. — March 30, 2017 — Vencore, Inc., announced today that Barry Barlow, senior vice president and chief technology officer, was selected to FCW’s 2017 Federal 100 and will be honored at this evening’s award ceremony in Washington, D.C.

FCW's Federal 100 awards honor government, industry and academic leaders who have gone above and beyond to make a real difference in the way technology was bought, managed and used in the federal IT community. The Fed 100 is now in its 28th year, and is the preeminent award for the federal IT community.

“Since Vencore’s inception, Barry has been pivotal to our success,” said Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Vencore, Inc. “His decades of experience with the government coupled with his expertise and leadership in areas like cybersecurity and the Internet of Things, have ensured that Vencore is poised for short and long term success. We congratulate him on this well-deserved honor.”

Fed 100 honorees will be profiled in the March 30 issue of FCW, and celebrated in person at the Federal 100 Gala on March 30th at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC. The complete list of the 2017 winners can be found at

"Obviously, this is a time of tremendous change, but I'm confident we'll see federal IT continue to be central to making government work better," FCW Editor-in-Chief Troy K. Schneider said. "And as winners like Barry Barlow make clear, there's a deep pool of exceptional talent in our community devoted to exactly that."

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Vencore Labs to Develop Cellular Technology for the Department of Defense

Chantilly, VA – March 28, 2017 – Vencore, Inc. announced today that its innovative research arm, Vencore Labs, Inc., was awarded a contract on the Cellular Range Telemetry Network (CeRTN) program supporting the Department of Defense (DoD). The three-year contract has a total value of $6 million.

Under CeRTN, Vencore Labs, formerly known as Applied Communication Sciences, will develop a prototype system that leverages commercial cellular technology for Aeronautical Mobile Telemetry (AMT) applications at DoD Major Range and Test Facility Bases.

As wireless services and devices proliferate, spectrum availability for these applications dwindles. The DoD is seeking to reduce the amount of spectrum required for test and evaluation activities.

The Vencore Labs CeRTN system will provide robust cellular coverage for AMT using commercial-off-the-shelf cellular technology devices. Specifically, the system will adapt commercial cellular equipment for use in delivering telemetry data from high-speed test vehicles during flight test exercises, ultimately providing frequency reuse and improved spectral efficiency.

“At Vencore Labs, we strive to discover exceptional solutions to new problems associated with sophisticated communications and wireless networks,” said Petros Mouchtaris, Ph.D., president of Vencore Labs. “We are excited to partner with the DoD to utilize the spectrum more efficiently and address this growing problem.”

Vencore Labs has been supporting the United States Army to address key challenges of mobility and security for tactical commercial wireless networks, an extension of the movement towards commercial solutions for airborne telemetry applications. For more on Vencore Labs’ work in the commercial wireless space,

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Vencore Labs to Provide DARPA with Advanced Cyber Defense Research

Chantilly, VA – March 23, 2017 – Vencore, Inc. announced today that its innovative research arm, Vencore Labs, Inc., has been awarded multiple contracts from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to deliver research in the area of cyber defenses against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The contracts have a $17.7 million value and will be performed as part of DARPA’s Extreme DDoS Defense (XD3) program over the next three years.

The goal of the XD3 program is to develop fundamentally new DDoS defenses that afford greater resilience across a broad range of DDoS attacks than existing approaches. Several recent DDoS attacks have caused widespread disruption to popular Internet services. These attacks leverage the widespread and growing deployment of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices combined with freely available malicious code to create disruption that easily overwhelms current defensive techniques. This underscores the need for fundamentally new technologies to detect, mitigate and fight through the effects of DDoS attacks on a large scale.

Under the contract, Vencore Labs plans to develop a comprehensive solution that covers the full spectrum of the DDoS attack surface. Research on distributed communications and network maneuvering will make it harder for attackers to identify high-value targets, and will deny them the critical feedback they need to determine whether an attack is successful; research on DDoS detection and mitigation will help network operators protect critical services from the effects of large scale IoT-based attacks.

“Through the advancement of IoT devices, the threat landscape is expanding, and our defenses need to evolve accordingly,” said Petros Mouchtaris, Ph.D., president of Vencore Labs. “We look forward to working with DARPA to develop innovative techniques to combat these attacks, making it impossible for attackers to damage critical services.”

This new work draws on Vencore Labs’ expertise with defending and securing large-scale, heterogeneous computer networks. Additionally, the Vencore Labs team will bring a deep-rooted legacy in protecting mission-critical systems and national cyber infrastructure to the project.

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