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Cheryl Janey debriefs on life at the helm of Harris Civil

Cheryl Janey debriefs on life at the helm of Harris Civil - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Cheryl Janey debriefs on life at the helm of Harris Civil - top government contractors - best government contracting eventOver a year ago, Cheryl Janey became president of the Civil Programs at Harris Corp. She had come to Harris from Northrop Grumman where she served as vice president of business development and strategy for the commercial, state and local group of the company’s information technology sector. In the following Q&A, Janey fills us in on what accomplishments she’s met along the way in her new position, and where she’d like to help steer Harris Civil over the coming year.

We last spoke to you in April of last year. What“™s new since then?

Cheryl Janey: We“™ve got and continue to have great relationships at the FAA, where we“™re helping them think through their long term challenges. Not only do we have good work there, but this past year we took FTI “” the FAA Telecommunications Infrastructure “” from deployment into operation. That“™s been years in the making, and one that“™s been well recognized inside the FAA. I would put that high on my list of accomplishments over the last year.

What do you make of the “green“ movement in the government? Are you focusing on that?

Cheryl Janey: Absolutely. We believe the “green“ movement has considerable potential, not just within in our domestic government but worldwide and we“™re very excited about the market. The energy crisis we“™re seeing right now with oil prices is underscoring the timeliness of the issue and highlighting the need for focus. The market appears to be in the early stages and may allow us to bring some of the technologies Harris already utilizes in supporting our many weather customers. We already run weather ground systems and do a lot of weather work for the FAA. Bringing solutions to the whole “green“ movement in the environment in general is something we believe has definite growth potential.

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