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Paul Cofoni is president and chief executive officer of CACI, and his responsibilities include executing CACI’s strategy to align its core competencies, innovative tools and best-value solutions to help the U.S. government in protecting the nation. Cofoni has overseen the growth of CACI solutions to support critical infrastructure, help clients collect and analyze information vital […] More
The UN’s climate change chief, Yvo De Boer, resigned and is moving to KPMG. CSC won a six-year contract extension with Sunshine State Insurance. Caryn Wagner was confirmed as Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis at the DHS. CSC and Qnamic AG announced a strategic partnership to support the rail industry. SECAF is fielding nominations for […] More
2009 saw two protests of billion-dollar contracts, resulting in billions of potential revenue changing hands.  First: the numerous protests surrounding the design/build contract for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) which will replace the Humvee. Reuters calls the JLTV contract a $10 billion contract, with a total potential value of $70 billion. Most media outlets […] More
The New New Internet has learned that Lockheed Martin has developed a new technology that could revolutionize the relationship between data portability and security. The Problem The evolution of data storage has come a long way since the days of the floppy disk. The data has been stored on 3.5 inch (or 5.25 inch) floppy […] More
Joseph Doherty is Executive Vice President and Group President of ACS Government Solutions at ACS, a Xerox Company.  ACS Government Solutions is the largest provider of BPO services in the government sector and a leader in the government healthcare program. Joe Doherty manages 1,700 state and local government divisions while continuing to expand ACS cliental. […] More
Bob McCord made a conscious decision over 20 years ago to focus his career at the intersection of health, IT and government. “I believed the health industry had underinvested in health information technology and the government would play an expanding role in this marketplace,“ says McCord. He was right. Today, government agencies are planning to […] More
Business development’s job is sales. Sounds simple enough, at least on paper. In reality, today’s government contractors are facing their share of uphill battles. Among them is an ad hoc definition of inherently governmental; shifting procurement guidelines and policies; as well as the need to maintain relevance amid a whole host of looming national priorities, […] More
Joanne Newman joined L-3 Communications Corporation in May 2001. Here’s her take on the current contracts environment: ExecutiveBiz: How, if at all, is the current insourcing discussion affecting your overall approach to business? Joanne Newman: The inherently governmental discussion is being looked at hard within L-3. We're anticipating and in fact are now negotiating a […] More
EVENTS | On Saturday, Oct. 17, more than 600 military, government, corporate and community leaders will join in support of military members and their families at the 2009 Fire and Ice Ball. With two months to go, how are preparations going? Here’s what the event’s co-chairs “” Jim Sheaffer of CSC and Teresa Carlson of […] More
The National Cyber Security Center under the Department of Homeland Security has announced plans to use a wiki to communicate important information among federal agencies. The goal is for interested parties to use the wiki to share time sensitive information on threats, attacks and responses. It will also serve as a storage center for documents […] More
The DoD has named Robert Butler the new Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber and Space Policy.  Butler previously managed Computer Science Corp’s (CSC) military intelligence business in San Antonio, Texas. Butler has extensive cyber experience from his active duty and civilian career in the Air Force, last serving as associate director of the Joint Information […] More
In-Sourcing: two hyphenated words with the power to strike fear into the hearts of government contractors.  While it’s true that at a basic level, in-sourcing means fewer jobs contracted out to private industry and therefore fewer contracting dollars, proponents say the news isn’t all bad.  Here are some thoughts from local, recognizable leaders of government and […] More
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