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Remember back in the day when agencies generated paperwork, stacked pile high, to account for project spending? The accountability was there, but readership was limited. No longer. With the launch of the Federal IT Dashboard, the public now has a quick, convenient view of government projects “” your projects. That means one thing for CIOs […] More
Sami Saydjari, founder and President of Cyber Defense Agency and a former NSA fellow with more than 20 years in the field of cyber defense, spoke with The New New Internet regarding the future of cyber security. Comparing Obama’s new emphasis of cyber defense to the space race of the 50s and 60s, Saydjari also agrees with […] More
Doug Smith of Ericsson Federal Inc. (EFI) spoke with GovConExecutive about EFI’s plans to expand into the US Federal Sector and expand 3G wireless network access to rural areas, EFI’s impressive array of wireless capabilities and products, and his tricked-out Harley. GovConExecutive: The president has committed $7 billion to expand rural broadband access. How does EFI […] More
Now that the results of the 60-day cyber security review led by Melissa Hathaway are in, what’s next? ExecutiveBiz recently brought that question to leading figures in the cyber security discussion “” everyone from think tanks to industry “” to get their take on what the report may portend for public-private efforts in strengthening cyber […] More
In a rare public appearance, the nation’s first-ever Federal CIO, Vivek Kundra, will be speaking at the Potomac Officers Club on May 5th at the Tyson’s Corner Ritz Carlton.  Kundra is destined to make an impact within the industry and has already been recognized as one of the country’s top 25 CTO’s; earning the title 2008 IT Executive of the Year.  […] More
Now that you have that song stuck in your head for the rest of the day (you’re welcome), I might as well put a little meat on the bones and explain the title’s relevance. Greater Washington is flush with corporate award competitions bestowed upon organizations large and small for being the most profitable, the greenest, […] More
It“™s no secret these are uncertain times for many in the government contracting space. With the upcoming U.S. presidential election, many companies are holding their breath, wondering how a change in administration will affect their budgets and staff. Weathering the uncertainty is no easy task. But many of the areas top CFOs and finance executives […] More
Today’s announcement that Stanley, Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Oberon Associates, Inc. for approximately $170 million in cash brings together two high-fliers that have experienced significant growth and success in the past few years. Stanley, a leading systems integrator to the U.S. Federal government, has swelled to 3,500 employees while Oberon […] More
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield is perhaps best known for his line “I don“™t get no respect.“ One wonders if, in a previous life, Dangerfield was a chief operating officer. While the president and chief executive officer are accountable for establishing an organization“™s goals ““ and meeting them ““ over time it is the COO who is […] More
We asked the following leaders in the government contracting space their prediction for 2008. “The 2008 federal government market will be shaped by continued changing market dynamics driving a new era of customer partnerships and alliances as mission performance takes on heightened significance. At Apptis we will continue to deliver exceptional service to our customers […] More
Since 9/11, the intelligence community has been looking for ways to do a better job of sharing information between agencies. Chris Rasmussen is a knowledge manager and trainer for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency within the Department of Defense, and he“™s a dynamic part of that effort. He’s a thought leader in the application of Web […] More
Somewhere along the line – as partisan mudslinging increased over the Iraq War – the concepts of patriotism and service to one’s country became contorted to fit the various political agendas. One pundit argues that it is unpatriotic to question the War, and a politician comes back and says it would be unpatriotic not to. […] More
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