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Walter P. (Walt) Havenstein is CEO of Science Applications International Corporation. Previously, he served as president and CEO of BAE Systems Inc., the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, and as a board member of BAE Systems plc. effective June 26.  Bill Hoover of AMERICAN Systems had this to say of Havenstein: “Walt respects all with […] More
Defense Secretary Gates spoke today on the future direction of the Pentagon’s weapons programs and specifically how this change of direction will impact military personnel, existing weapons programs and long term planning.  He touched on a large number of specific programs such as the Joint Strike Fighter. Large government contracting firms Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC), SAIC […] More
Gates planning on big Defense cuts? That’s what has been reported by Boston.com. According to the article, two defense officials claim that there will be an announcement of as many as six planned cuts. Although not authorized to share details on the topics, the sources claimed that among the potential major weapon cancellation possibilities were the Air […] More
You’ve heard the standard profile of an entrepreneur: Someone with a large capacity for risk. That description fits John Rothenberger to a “T.”  By the age of 36, Rothenberger had already started one company (Aspire Technology Group), then kicked off his second venture, SE Solutions, a business focused on delivering IT and business services to […] More
Many security experts are predicting that we may have already reached the dangerous “tipping point” in the Cyber-War.  Couple this critical danger with an anticipated surge in appropriated funds, and you have cyber security at the forefront of most government contracting agendas in 2009. In a recent interview, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff spoke of what he […] More
The last time Stan Sloane, president and CEO of the publicly traded technology consulting firm, SRA International, spoke to ExecutiveBiz, he let us in on some big plans: Though he had only been with SRA less than a year (he’d been with Lockheed Martin 22 years before then), he was aiming to see SRA reach […] 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
Shiv Krishnan, president and CEO of INDUS, knows what it takes for a small company to rise to the top. Krishnan is the incoming chairman of a rapidly growing industry organization, Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum. SECAF has more than 175 small businesses as members, and is focused on helping small businesses achieve success […] More
On the heels of its merger last month with Government Electronics and Information Technology Association (GEIA) – which is expected to close officially April 1 – the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) formed a new Board of Directors. Among the appointments, GEIA Chairman Gene Glazar, vice president of business development at BAE Systems Inc., […] More
Earlier this month ExecutiveBiz highlighted ten area executives in relatively new roles who we expect to be firmly placed in the 2008 spotlight. Perhaps these executives can take their cue from another set of leaders who have grown quite accustomed to being in the middle of the action. ExecutiveBiz“™s “Beltway Game Changers“ recognizes 10 prominent […] More
ExecutiveBiz, the Washington DC area“™s premier executive group and eMagazine, has compiled a listing of our top ten new at the top government contracting executives. We“™ve chosen these 10 individuals because they have a demonstrated track record of success, arrive at a time when their current employers are in the midst of aggressive growth and […] More
More than 60,000 federal workers retired in 2006 according to a recent BusinessWeek article. That leaves a lot of unoccupied desks across the federal government. While Uncle Sam scrambles to recruit a new generation of workers, contractors have already begun to replace many of the vacancies. Contracting firms, often with larger wallets and stronger on […] More
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