Neel Mehta

Michael Niggel, Neil Albert, Claudio Monticelli Speak at ACT I’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Michael Niggel, CEO of Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, addressed a crowd of approximately 200 attendees during the company’s 20th anniversary celebration on Jan. 20 at Fort Myer in Virginia. Niggel discussed ACT I’s efforts to deliver total acquisition management and foreign military sales platforms and services to government clients across …

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CA Technologies Appears in Ethisphere’s ‘Most Ethical Companies’ List for 2018

CA Technologies has been named to the Ethisphere Institute’s 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies list for the third consecutive year. The company said Monday it is among three honorees in the software and services category. Ethisphere used its Ethics Quotient framework to assess companies in the competency areas of ethics and compliance program; corporate citizenship …

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NASA Seeks Grant Applications for University Space Tech Research Projects

NASA plans to award up to $600,000 over three years to university-led research projects that aim to address “high-priority” technology areas of interest to U.S. space programs. The space agency said Saturday its Space Technology Mission Directorate seeks proposals from accredited universities through the Early Career Faculty appendix of the “Space Technology Research, Development, …

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IBM Vet Lindsay-Rae McIntyre Named Microsoft Chief Diversity Officer

Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, a more than two-decade veteran of IBM, has joined Microsoft as chief diversity officer. McIntyre will lead Microsoft’s cross-company efforts to promote cultural diversity in the workplace and establish partnerships with external organizations to help drive inclusion and diversity in the technology field, Microsoft said Sunday. She will perform her new duties at Microsoft’s …

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Lockheed’s Marillyn Hewson Receives Howard Hughes Memorial Award

Marillyn Hewson, chairman, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin, has received the 39th Howard Hughes Memorial Award from the Aero Club of Southern California in recognition of her accomplishments as an aerospace industry executive. Lockheed said Thursday the Howard Hughes Memorial Award was established in 1978 and is presented annually to an aerospace leader …

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Treasury Dept Vet James Mackie Joins EY in Director Role

James Mackie, former director of the Treasury Department‘s Office of Tax Analysis, has joined Ernst and Young as co-director of the company’s quantitative economics and statistics group. The more than 30-year Treasury veteran will lead the Washington, D.C.-based QUEST group with  Robert Carroll, said Thursday. In his previous role, Mackie led OTA’s efforts to …

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LMI CEO David Zolet Named to FirstNet Board

David Zolet, CEO of management consulting firm LMI, has been appointed to the First Responder Network Authority’s board of directors. Zolet will serve a three-year term on the board that oversees FirstNet’s work with AT&T to build and run a national broadband network for first responders, the Commerce Department said …

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Bryan Lewis Named President and CEO of Intellicheck

Bryan Lewis, a 30-year financial services and technology industry veteran, has been appointed president and CEO of Intellicheck in a move slated to take effect Feb. 21. He will be based at Intellicheck’s headquarters in Jericho, New York, the company said Wednesday. Lewis served as chief operating officer of Third Bridge, which saw its …

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Parsons Launches Fellows Program for Technical Professionals

Parsons has formed a Fellows Program in a move to recognize the company’s top technical professionals and encourage innovation in helping customers address technical challenges. Members of the Fellows Program will be appointed based on their expertise in a scientific, engineering or technology discipline; industry recognition and awards; and contributions to …

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