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The New Washington - top government contractors - best government contracting eventThe Faces of a “New“ Washington-Power Chart

Change came to the nation“™s capital this week, as President Obama was sworn in as our 44th President. Navigating through the myriad of names and faces of the new administration can be a daunting task. That“™s why The Financial Times (FT) created an interactive “Power Chart” detailing a veritable who“™s who in the new administration. The chart provides a dynamic perspective on the key players within this new presidency. Simply move your mouse over the 50+ links to read each profile. A grouping feature is also included if you are interested in seeing President Obama“™s Chicago connections, past classmates, etc. We are hoping FT plans to keep the chart up-to-date since the theme of the incoming administration is “Change”. Try it here.

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Can You Hear Me Now?

The New Washington - top government contractors - best government contracting eventFor weeks now, DC area residents and inaugural visitors have been prepped for the crowds, lack of facilities, and traffic jams expected during President Obama“™s inauguration. Are cell phones next? In response to the overwhelming attendance expected at inaugural activities, cellular companies are taking the unusual step of asking customers to limit their usage. The crowd of 2 million is expected to be comprised of a generation entirely comfortable with technology, but perhaps unused to its heretofore unforeseen limits. As Joe Farren, spokesman for the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association, an industry trade group, states, “We can only bend the laws of physics so much.” Click here to read more

More Predictions! Ten GovCon Predictions for ’09

Wouldn’t it be great if you could gather the area’s top executives in a room and get their predictions for 2009? Look no further. Last week, we shared predictions from some of the area“™s top executives on how this coming year will play out for the federal marketplace. This week we’re sharing more. Check out these executives’ predictions on top government contracting trends to watch in 2009 “” and let us know if you agree.
Robin Lineberger, Executive Vice President, BearingPoint

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