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  • SeKON Names 25-Year Industry Vet John Luongo Chief Growth Officer - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    SeKON Names 25-Year Industry Vet John Luongo Chief Growth Officer

    John Luongo, former chief growth officer of IndraSoft, has been appointed to the same position at Reston, Virginia-based management and technology consultancy SeKON Enterprise. The 25-year government services industry veteran will be responsible for driving business development and capture initiatives in SeKON’s newly created role, the company said Tuesday. Luongo spent two decades at SRA […] More

  • SeKON Names 25-Year Industry Vet John Luongo Chief Growth Officer - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DARPA Selects Peraton Labs for Network Software Development Project

    Peraton‘s applied research unit has secured a $19.3 million contract to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency develop software to support autonomous military network configuration. The Department of Defense said Monday Peraton Labs will perform work under the Mission-Integrated Network Control program and DOD expects the organization to complete services in June 2025. DARPA’s […] More

  • SeKON Names 25-Year Industry Vet John Luongo Chief Growth Officer - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Peerless Appoints Navy Vet James Gateau as Chief Growth Officer

    James Gateau, a more than two-decade U.S. Navy veteran, has joined professional services contractor Peerless Technologies as chief growth officer. He succeeds Michael Bridges, former Peerless president who has served as interim CGO since March, and will oversee the development of strategies for generating new business opportunities, the company said Monday. Gateau most recently served […] More

  • SeKON Names 25-Year Industry Vet John Luongo Chief Growth Officer - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Development Seed to Support NASA’s Science Data Systems

    Development Seed has secured a potential $24.7 million contract to help simplify scientific data processing at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama. The Washington, D.C.-based company will perform support work on scientific information systems and help the center address barriers to utilization of Earth observation data under the performance-based NOVEL Technologies contract, the agency […] More

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