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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding for health IT has encouraged Maine, Washington, Nebraska, and Michigan to develop or expand health information exchange (HIE) networks. In late July, Maine plans to launch a 2 year trial of HealthInfoNet, an electronic health record (EHR) network. The project will initially include fifteen hospitals, 3 clinics, […] More
Since IBM’s partnership with Google to introduce ‘cloud computing’ to universities over two years ago, IBM has started to invest in computing outside the realm of academia. Stating on its website “Cloud computing focuses on the user, and offers highly efficient acquisition and delivery of IT and information services. Cloud computing is defined and characterized by massive […] More
While Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has emerged as a highly compelling application delivery model for Public sector organizations, it has also presented government decision makers with a heady challenge. Federal agencies striving for security and compliance assurance are still struggling to leverage SaaS while maintaining the required security, policies, visibility and accountability. It was in the context […] More
Most of us look forward to a steaming hot cup of coffee or tea to start the day. Some of us look forward to a mid-day tea or an espresso after dinner. So there is no question that these two hot beverages turn up at some point during most American“™s day. Aside from the caffeine […] More
Google executive Vinton Cerf says a tool for securing warfighting networks is “waiting in the interplanetary Internet,” which he and NASA have been developing for a decade and are now testing. The outer-space Internet is designed to regulate data transmission among outer-space devices, and he said, “We will be applying alien technology to our terrestrial requirements.” […] More
Mary Whitley, a highly experienced executive from the federal sector, has joined ICF International as a senior vice president in health information and health technology services, including the management of ICF“™s health IT information services subsidiary Z-Tech. Her duties will include managing all aspects of that business arena, including strategic planning, business development, and operations. […] More
Change. It’s not just a campaign theme anymore. From bailouts to stimulus packages, to talk of cybersecurity and government transparency, change is everywhere in Washington these days. So, who’s leading the charge? For the second straight year, ExecutiveBiz brings you its annual list of Beltway Game Changers. These are agents of change leaving a significant […] More
Boart Longyear sounds a little like the name of the hero’s foil in a slapstick comedy. But, in fact, it is a billion dollar global integrated drilling services provider and products manufacturer for the Minerals Industry. And, per today’s announcement, it is also where government IT services and solutions provider GTSI’s outgoing CFO Joe Ragan will […] More
This is an exciting time for Perot Systems. Susan Nolan, the company’s CIO, knows all about it. Her team just celebrated the company“™s 20th anniversary and launched the its newly redesigned public website, www.perotsystems.com. In her position Nolan oversees these initiatives and more, while making sure everything launches smoothly and on time. So, how does […] More
As president of Fulcrum IT Services Company, Jeff Handy oversees the company’s growth in the technical services arena. In the following Q&A, Handy talks about Fulcrum’s long-term growth initiatives on behalf of defense, civilian, intelligence and commercial customers. What is your background? Jeff Handy: My personal background is engineering. I started at the Naval Research […] More
Successful executives and leaders will often, upon reflection, cite choosing the career path less traveled as a key to their success. In looking back on her accomplished ““ and admittedly unexpected ““ 28 years at AMS (now CGI) during remarks at the ExecutiveBiz “Been There Done That“ lunch series, Donna Morea took that adage one […] More
On Wednesday, I pulled the tech equivalent of a double header – attending ExecutiveBiz’s “the New New Internet” panel Q&A in the morning and the 2008 Southeast Venture Conference later in the day. While no one seems to be able to agree on precisely what Web 2.0 means, the three panelists for the ExecutiveBiz morning […] More
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