Northrop Grumman’s Linda Mills aquires local satellite firm 3001

Linda Mills, recently promoted to run Northrop Grumman IT, has made the strategic acquisition of a local geospatial firm 3001, run by Bart Bailey and owned by CM Equity partners.

3001 International, provides airborne imaging, mapping, surveying and geographic information systems for domestic and international government intelligence as well as geospatial data production and analysis.

 Obama’s Technology Plan

Virginia Governor Tim Kaine will be speaking at the Potomac Officers Club in October on Presidential Candidate Barack Obama’s technology plan. This topic is of great interest to those that sell technology to the government and are also looking for insight into those technologies that the democrats will be driving in the near future. This event is made possible by Microsoft.

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