Defense Web Technologies has changed its name to nliven systems.

The company offers software that helps the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps provide support services to soldiers, Marines and their families. Its new push is into the civilian world. Projects include a tablet-based software application to help in-home care providers, as well as “serious gaming” programs for education. An example of the latter is a game that educates college students on the dangers of binge drinking.

Nliven is also on a hiring push. Its website lists a dozen jobs up for grabs, mostly in software development.

Robert Nascenzi is CEO of nliven. The company is a subsidiary of Humana, the Louisville, Ky.-based insurance company, which has 38,000 employees and reported $36.8 billion in 2011 revenue.