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Across the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), priorities change quickly and missions evolve – sometimes even more quickly than agencies anticipate. The need to adapt, quickly identify and implement solutions, and achieve early successes that build momentum towards lasting capability is critical.
A ‘big bang’ approach to homeland security projects – where projects take multiple years, have huge scope, cost hundreds of millions of dollars, and are prone to failure – are a thing of the past.
Arc Aspicio received the first annual award Government Contractors Awards ™ (GovCon) for Program of the Year at the 12th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards ceremony.
In the years since the attacks of September 11, 2001, government information sharing has received significant public attention. Much lamented failures to ‘connect the dots’ among scattered pieces of data held by different government entities became a rallying point for government reform. The doctrine of “need to know” gave way to the mantra of “responsibility to share.”
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Lead Network Engineer (Bluemont, VA)
Lead Network Engineers support large Homeland Security information technology programs in meeting mission objectives. Responsibilities include planning, designing, installing, and administering network infrastructure. They work on a dynamic, mission-focused team to solve complex challenges and deliver networks that support critical systems. Learn more / Apply