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Matt Desch is the CEO and president of Iridium, a position he has held for four years. He was previously CEO of telecom-services provider Telcordia. When he took over at Iridium in 2006, he helped guide the company to being publicly traded. Desch spoke with ExecutiveBiz about Iridium“™s burgeoning new next-generation satellite project NEXT, his […] More
This week, General Dynamics awarded Lockheed Martin a deal in conjunction with the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical deal; CSC won a deal from the U.S. Army to provide technical and engineering support for its Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center. QinetiQ picked up a Navy deal; Appian won a deal from Office of the […] More
Computerworld has revealed its 2010 ranking of the top 100 places to work in IT.  Several government contractors were included on the list, which factored in variables such as minority presence and training funding. Tysons-based Booz Allen Hamilton registered at the runner-up spot, while Verizon Wireless came in eighth. McLean’s MITRE placed 26th, while Raytheon […] More
The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce (FCCC) will hold a luncheon June 15, 2010 featuring Bruce Allen, Executive Vice President/General Manager of the Washington Redskins, as the keynote speaker. The FCCC looks to promote and advocate for the businesses located in Fairfax County. On July 1, the FCCC will bring in a new Chairman, Rich […] More
Jerry Edgerton is President of Government Markets at Core180, Inc. He has been with the company since July, 2009. Before joining Core180, Edgerton spent nearly 20 years with MCI/Verizon in their federal government business unit. Through his leadership, the company grew to a $3 billion enterprise and is regarded as one of the top government […] More
Every year children anxiously wait to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus as he travels around the world, delivering presents for all the good little girls and boys. Well, this year, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is making the job of tracking Santa much easier. NORAD is taking advantage of the latest Web […] More
On Monday, Business markets group head Teresa A. Taylor was appointed to fill the recently-vacated chief operation officer position at Qwest Communications International, Inc. The move was made necessary after former COO Thomas E. Richards, who served for the past 13 months, left his post to accept an offer to become the president and COO […] More
Cyber expert Marcus Sachs, director of SANS Internet Storm Center and executive director of government affairs for national security policy at Verizon had a few minutes to discuss with The New New Internet the future of cyber security. Sachs emphasizes the difference between what should be done and what will be done in terms of cyber […] More
$20 Billion in UK healthcare IT spending for Google or Microsoft? In the UK,  Conservative Party leader David Cameron has made it clear that he wants to scrap the Labour Party government“™s “centrally determined and unresponsive“ plan for a $20 billion national health data network, in favor of Google Health or Microsoft HealthVault, according to […] 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
The 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 […] More
Unprecedented government intervention into the credit, financial and insurance markets has taken the market-based, small government proponents down a notch or two when trying to argue that private industries can be left to themselves to self-regulate and avoid catastrophe. So given the prevailing climate, it was not altogether shocking to come across yesterday’s report issued […] More
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