Neel Mehta

Executive Profile: Mary Whitley of ICF International

Mary Whitley serves as senior vice president in health information and health technology services, including the management of ICF International’s health IT information services subsidiary Z-Tech. She manages all aspects of that business area, including strategic planning, business development and operations. Before joining ICF, Whitley served as president of the …

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New Bidder Enters KC-X Tanker Competition

A new bidder has entered the competition to build the Air Force’s KC-X mid-air refueling tanker, replacing Boeing’s aging KC-135 Stratotanker which has been in service since 1957. Earlier this month, Northrop Grumman announced that it would pull out of the bidding process, leaving Boeing the apparent winner of the …

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Executive Profile: Bill Dean of MC Dean

Bill Dean, CEO of MC Dean, leads one of the largest electrical engineering firms that works with the federal government.  His company held the contract for the new Walter Reed National Army Medical Center and the contract for renovating the Pentagon.  He told GovCon Executive about his background in government …

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Hitting Where It Hurts: Economic Terrorism

Terrorists are not just looking to kill as many Westerners as possible, they are also looking to paralyze and disrupt Western economies, according to Professor Gabriel Weimann, a researcher at the University of Haifa. Since the 1990s, Jihadist terrorism has come to dominate the terrorist landscape, with nationalist groups employing …

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Executive Profile: Adnan Ahmed of CNSI

Adnan Ahmed is co-founder and chief strategy officer of CNSI. He is responsible for generating new business opportunities for the company, with focus on identifying new strategic markets and leveraging relationships with customers and partners. Additionally, Ahmed oversees sales, marketing, government relations and business development across the company’s strategic business …

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Northrop’s Bernie McVey on the Need for Change in IT

According to ExecutiveBiz, Northrop Grumman’s Bernie McVey stressed the importance of breaking the status quo in IT. “Change is very difficult,” McVey said. “We’ve done business in the IT space for quite a long time a certain way so getting people aligned with this change, having leadership to drive it …

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