Executive Mosaic, the publisher of GovConExecutive has released the 2011 C4ISR winter issue of GovConExec magazine, which focuses primarily on government contracting while highlighting the companies and individuals behind the scenes.
This is our most in-depth and forward looking issue to date, covering some of the most lucrative contracting trends currently underway in addition to providing future industry predictions.
This issues cover story is on C4ISR, a technological revolution that is playing an increasing role not only in military and defense operations, but to environment and humanitarian efforts as well.
The new magazine also has an in-depth exclusive executive spotlight with Duane Andrews, CEO of QinetiQ North America, the $15 billion defense technology powerhouse. The article outlines Andrews’ impressive career, in both the public and private sectors. Some highlights include his 11 years in the U.S. Air Force, 12 years with the U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, 13 years at SAIC and six years at QinetiQ North America.
In addition to Andrews, Mark Gerencser, executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, provides information on the looming problem of U.S. infrastructure. He addresses how the nation can get back on track by implementing a series of specific measures and solutions to combat the problem and revitalize the decaying system.
In CovConExec’s “15 for 2012” highlights individuals in the public and private sectors who may be making the rules, buying companies, starting programs and winning contracts in the upcoming year.
This issue’s “FedTech Soundoff” provides informative insight from some of the industry’s top experts on the future of biometrics and what is being done to establish advanced standards.