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Despite the issues of in-sourcing and Secretary of Defense Gate’s cuts to military hardware programs, government contractors are seeking to diversify their offerings by moving into the cyber security realm. The US government is presently ill-equipped to handle the range of cyber attacks against US systems and networks and the private sector is stepping in […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) is moving forward with plans to develop at National Cyber Range through contract awards to Lockheed Martin and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Under the contracts, both will be responsible for developing prototypes of a National Cyber Range, which will help cyber testing through an advanced computer […] More
Leaders from major defense contracting firms met with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to discuss the importance of fulfilling contracts on time and on budget, while being assured the relationship between the federal government and defense contractors will continue to benefit both parties down the road. Attendees included executives from contracting powerhouses Northrup Grumman, Lockheed […] More
Present: Chief financial officer of ACS“™ Government Solutions Group Career highlights: Began career with Arthur Andersen“™s government audit and consulting group. Prior to arriving at ACS served as CFO of Serco North America, which he helped grow from $180 to $700 million, and vice president of finance of DynCorp“™s systems and solutions division, which grew […] More
By now you’ve had your fill of top 10 lists for 2010. But this is one list you don’t want to miss. What will 2010 hold for Government Contracting? What shape will collaboration take between industry and government in addressing the tough issues of the day? ExecutiveBiz brought that question to top industry leaders. Here’s […] More
Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) will address the Potomac Officers Club at a breakfast event on February 4th, beginning at 8:15 AM.  Senator Webb served with distinction as a combat Marine platoon commander in Vietnam, earning the silver star, the Navy Cross, two bronze stars and two purple hearts at the infamous An Hoa Basin west […] More
In just a few short weeks, 2010 begins “” the dawn of a new decade. The question now is: Who’ll be leading change in and around government contracting? We’ve got a few suggestions. For the second consecutive year, ExecutiveBiz brings you its annual list of Top 20 People to Watch. From government leaders to CEOs, policy […] More
Before being appointed president and CEO of SRA International in 2007, Stan Sloane served as executive vice president of integrated systems and solutions at Lockheed Martin Corporation. In his position, he led an organization that rendered systems engineering and integration services to the federal government and other international clients. Sloane began his career in 1984 […] More
When it comes to government contracting, women have arrived. Look at any major government contractor, and the proof“™s in their executive ranks. But that ascent hasn“™t come easily. It“™s involved its share of hard work, of course, as well as the task of balancing other life pursuits. Recently, ExecutiveBiz asked some of the Washington, D.C., […] More
Led by Honorary Chair Kay Kapoor, the Women’s Center will celebrate its 35th anniversary with many of the federal IT community’s most powerful members on Nov. 6. The anniversary celebration will take place at the Gannett Corporate Headquarters in McLean, Va. Since its inception, the Women’s Center has paved the way for women, children and […] More
First came the technorati. Then the twitterati. Now the goverati have burst onto the Web 2.0 scene. These are individuals from government and industry alike leveraging new technology to better shape government policy and direction. So what can industry do to keep on top of this emerging trend? Who better to ask than Mark Drapeau, […] More
Yesterday, Rachel Jackson, director of Transportation Programs at the Lockheed Martin Washington Operations office, has been elected to the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Board of Directors. She will serve a 2-year director-at-large term that commences immediately. A 14-year veteran of Lockheed Martin, Jackson has also chaired ATCA's Public Relations Committee and serves on the […] More
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