Spotlights Expand Beyond Business Trends for Executive Perspective

EM Logo_ExecutiveBizExecutive spotlights, which ExecutiveBiz conducts with leaders in government contracting, are customized Q&A’s focusing on the company’s and lives of leaders in the government contracting industry .

Some recent executives interviewed include Sotera Defense Solutions CEO John Hillen, Unisys Federal Vice President PV Puvvada and new USIS CEO Sterling Phillips.

Every executive is given a platform to speak about their company and where the market is headed, upcoming business and M&A opportunities and how they balance a robust work schedule with their personal lives.

It is an opportunity for employees at their company, industry watchers, government leaders and other executives to get a glimpse of the individual who makes the important decisions that keeps a company running.

The Q&A’s are continuing to evolve in order to ask the best questions to the right executives to inform the GovCon community of what is coming next.

In the next few weeks, readers can look forward to interviews with Lockheed Martin‘s SVP and Chief Technology Officer Ray O. Johnson and IBM‘s VP and Partner Angela Carrington.

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