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Siemens Jagnnath Rao Appointed to Prestigious Advisory Board

  Siemens Customer Service President Jagnnath Rao was named to the advisory board of Arizona State University’s prestigious Center for Services Leadership. The globally-recognized CSL strives to improve the business and academic understanding of the distinctive and growing role that services play in organizations and with customers. Leaders of organizations …

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Christi Alexander Joins Serco as VP of Business Development for Defense, Intelligence

Christi Alexander, a former business development executive with Raytheon‘s technical services business, has joined Serco‘s defense and intelligence group as vice president of business development. At Raytheon, Alexander led multi-billion dollar company efforts with the Pentagon, departments of State, Energy and Transportation, NASA, TSA and the Federal Aviation Administration. She has also …

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Boeing CEO Doesn’t See Another Recession

Boeing chairman, president and CEO Jim McNerney told Fox News in an interview Oct. 3 he does not see the U.S. slipping into a recession. “I think there is a lack of confidence,” McNerney said to Neil Cavuto. “I think Washington, the super committee, needs to get something done just …

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General Dynamics IT Hiring 80 Employees for DIA Contract

In the wake of General Dynamics announcing a new contract with the Defense Intelligence Agency, the company’s IT sector will be hiring 80 workers for support. The contract is worth $86 million over five years. New employees will be hired in the Washington-area branch as well as work within the …

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ICF Awarded Contract for Major Utility Energy Efficiency Work

ICF International has been awarded a contract, valued at $6.7 million for a term of 17 months, to support a major utility energy efficiency new construction program. Through a performance-based tiered incentive program, ICF will promote increased energy efficiency in residential market rate and low income/affordable new home construction. ICF will …

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Lockheed Exec Inducted into National Academy of Engineering

Joanne Maguire, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin’s space systems company, was formally inducted into the National Academy of Engineering in Washington Sunday. Maguire’s citation recognizes her for “individual and team leadership of successful space programs.” She becomes one of only 2,290 U.S. members and 202 foreign associates elected to the …

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Zimmerman Associates Wins Contract with the Library of Congress

Zimmerman Associates Inc. was recently awarded prime contract and task order wins with the Library of Congress, which includes re-compete of the firm’s work on the Stack Maintenance, Collections Maintenance and Collection Relocation Programs contract. Under the Library of Congress’ CALM program, the work includes managing the Library’s collections and moving …

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KPMG Completes Acquisition of Optimum Solutions; CEO John B. Veihmeyer Comments

KPMG has today completed the acquisition of Optimum Solutions, which utilizes Oracle’s enterprise software. The acquisition advances KPMG’s Oracle consulting business. The business helps clients use technology to transform key operations which include human capital management, finance and accounting, business intelligence and supply chain management. “The addition of Optimum Solutions …

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