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Four years ago, Raj Ananthanpillai was named Chief Executive Officer of InfoZen, Inc., a multi-million dollar IT services provider specializing in enterprise e-solutions, risk and data management solutions, and enterprise infrastructure management for both public and private sector organizations. In the following Q&A Ananthanpillai talks about his vision for his company “” it has in […] More
A few years back, Blue Canopy Group caught a break. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) needed a partner to provide an integrator tool for a lucrative contract with the Environmental Protection Agency. Blue Canopy was a small firm, and faced the challenge shared by many under-the-radar subcontractors: getting noticed by large system integrators and contractors like […] More
A pioneer in the IT field, Linda Berdine has spent the past three decades connecting the government to innovative information solutions. Her company, G&B Solutions Inc., a leading Virginia-based information technology and management-consulting firm, has consistently ranked as one the fastest growing companies in the Washington, D.C. region. Now, with the recent sale of G&B […] 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
Serco North America has just tapped Richard “Dick“ Galanis as its new CFO. Serco designs and delivers engineering, human capital management, logistics, transportation, and IT/business transformation services to the federal government, military, and state and local governments. Serco Inc., is part of Serco Group plc, a $6 billion global services company with over 50,000 employees […] 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
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
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
Read a few pages into the Washington Post, Washington Business Journal, the government technology pubs (or the ExecutiveBiz Spotlights) and you are bound to run across the area’s most prominent IT employers announcing billion dollar contract wins, executives outlining their strategic vision or announcing new acquisitions. But beyond the expected – Computer Sciences Corporation, SRA […] More
While the Internet may not quite be the great equalizer when it comes to political campaigns pitting heavyweight candidates against underdogs, Politics 2.0 has certainly caused front-runners to sweat a few buckets. Today’s Washington Post has an A1 story examining the Web’s promise and peril for Presidential candidates – particularly front-runners with less to gain […] More
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