CDCA In The News
"Acquisition and technology innovation continues to drive IT modernization. From the federal headquarters to the front lines, there is an opportunity for everyone to join the conversation, share best practices and shape the future with creative solutions,” wrote Heather Walker, Vice President, CDCA
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic leadership and initiatives were highlighted during the 11th annual Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) Defense Summit, held Dec. 5 through 8.
A screen shot from Pickup, a new app designed by students Tyler Newman and Ben Muldrow.
Students Tyler Newman and Ben Muldrow won “Best of Summit” as well as first place in the college category for their app called Pickup, a social app that allows users to create and join local pickup games for different sports. The developers hope to release the app on Apple’s App Store within the next month and the Android version within the next two months.
CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) will showcase solutions to support the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Community at the Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) Defense Summit on December 5-8, 2017 at the Charleston Area Convention Center in Charleston, SC. The annual conference brings together government and industry experts to discuss the issues and challenges facing the U.S. and the defense community today.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association is now accepting submissions for its seventh annual Student Mobile App Competition. The competition is open to middle school, high school, and full-time college students. The Charleston Defense Contractors Association challenges students to create a mobile app that solves a problem, is easy to use, and offers an enjoyable user experience.
Gov. Henry McMaster has named a new chairman for the S.C. Research Authority, changing the board's leadership at a moment when the agency is seeking to sharpen its focus.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA), a nonprofit focused on the preservation and growth of the defense and technology related industries in the Charleston and Lowcountry regions, is now accepting submissions for its 7th Annual Student Mobile App Competition. The contest is open to middle school to college students throughout the Southeast. A recent economic report from Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina (USC) revealed that Charleston is one of the leading defense and technology hubs in the U.S., contributing $10.6 billion to the overall $24.1 billion annual economic impact for South Carolina.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA), a nonprofit organization focused on the preservation and growth of the defense and technology-related industries in the Charleston and Lowcountry regions, announced today they are now accepting submissions for thier 7th Annual Student Mobile App Competition. The contest is open to middle school to college students throughout the Southeast.
We all know Charleston, South Carolina for its beautiful beaches, tourism, foodie scene, leisurely pace and southern hospitality. While more and more families, businesses and top talent flock to Charleston, most don’t realize the extent to which the technology, government and defense communities are growing within Charleston and its surrounding areas.
“Surprising to most, the defense industry actually has a higher economic impact in South Carolina than tourism,” said Josh Hatter, President, CDCA
The Palmetto State’s military community collectively creates an annual economic impact of $24.1 billion, according to a new study released by the S.C. Military Base Task Force.
The Charleston area has the largest military presence in the state — 3,810 service members, 71,011 veterans and 4,612 Department of Defense civilians, according to a study released Wednesday.
“Most don’t realize the extent to which the technology, government and defense communities are growing within Charleston and its surrounding areas. These leading industries, particularly those related to defense, are the core to the growing attractiveness of Charleston beyond just weekend tourists,” wrote Josh Hatter, President, CDCA.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA), a non-profit organization focused on attracting, retaining and growing the defense industry in the Charleston and surrounding areas, announced its new officers for 2017 and highlighted its 2016 accomplishments, which had significant impact for the community.