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- Later this month, about three years after a raid on his home, the case against Harold Martin is scheduled to be resolved in Baltimore's federal court.
- The Harford County Education Foundation recently honored 28 teachers as Everyday Heroes at the annual Tools for Schools Breakfast Gala. The event brought more than 170 community leaders and educators together in support of the Education Foundation’s programs.
- Booz Allen Hamilton to open its sixth innovation hub in Annapolis Junction to encourage collaboration among cyber security experts.
- Department 13 launched the software program in January and earlier this week announced its first sale, a contract with Booz Allen Hamilton.
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- Under the deal, Aquilent, also known as eGov Holdings Inc., will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Booz Allen as the 102-year-old firm looks to expand its management consulting heritage to offer state-of-the-art technology services.
- A former National Security Agency contractor charged with stealing government property and taking classified information is again asking to be released from prison at hearing in federal court Friday.
Booz Allen Hamilton, a major intelligence community contractor, said Thursday that it has hired a formerThe alleged theft of classified documents by a former NSA contractor from Glen Burnie was "breathtaking" in its scope, federal authorities said in a new court filing Thursday — spanning information produced over two decades that detailed some of the country's most sensitive intelligence operations.A government contractor with a top secret security clearance stashed sensitive classified materials at his Glen Burnie home, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.With morale at the Department of Homeland Security continuing to fall in an annual survey of government workers, Secretary Jeh Johnson is vowing to improve the situation at the 240,000-person agency.A pair of Cabinet secretaries made a pilgrimage to Silicon Valley last week, looking for insight and inspiration at the home of America's technology industry about how they can attract skilled youngsters to come and work at their departments.Leading management and technology company buys the health care unit of Genova Technologies, providing services under federal health care reformWhen federal databases containing sensitive information on U.S. intelligence or nuclear weapons come under cyber attack, the agencies call on major companies like Lockheed Martin, Verizon and Booz Allen Hamilton – and a two-year old startup in Federal Hill – to shore up defenses.Havre de Grace City Councilman Joseph Smith announced he filed this week for the Democratic nomination for the Harford County Council's District F seat representing the Havre de Grace and Riverside areas.Security procedures at the Washington Navy Yard in the nation's capital were in the public eye this week after a shooting rampage left 13 people, including the gunman, dead Monday, especially after the shooter, 34-year-old contract worker Aaron Alexis, used his security pass to enter the facility.Under growing pressure over recently disclosed surveillance programs, the head of the National Security Agency told lawmakers on Tuesday that gathering telephone data and monitoring Internet use has helped to disrupt more than 50 "potential terrorist events" since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.Edward Joseph Snowden, the government contractor who revealed the National Security Agency's massive telephone- and Internet-surveillance program, has left few public clues about his life growing up in Crofton and Ellicott CityWASHINGTON — Leaks about secret National Security Agency surveillance programs made by an intelligence contractor reopened a debate Monday over how much the government relies on companies for spy work and whether the firms must do more to vet employees and protect classified information.In its broad outlines, the case of Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old intelligence contractor who last week revealed the existence of two top secret National Security Agency eavesdropping programs, hews closely to the contours set by Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.