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Linda Mills helps lead Northrop’s structural change

Northrop Grumman recently announced it would streamline its sector units from seven to five in order to improve the company’s program performance and enhance its cost competitiveness. The five new sectors will be aerospace systems, electronic systems, information systems, shipbuilding and technical services — and Linda Mills will be a …

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M.C. Dean, Inc. Recognized as Top Specialty Contractor

M.C. Dean, Inc., one of the nation’s premier design/builders and system integrators, announced its third consecutive ranking in the top 10 of Engineering News Record’s annual Top 50 Electrical Contractors list. Several high-profile projects awarded to M.C. Dean, Inc. in 2007 contributed to its strong financial performance and #8 ranking …

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The New Washington

The Faces of a “New” Washington-Power Chart Change came to the nation’s capital this week, as President Obama was sworn in as our 44th President. Navigating through the myriad of names and faces of the new administration can be a daunting task. That’s why The Financial Times (FT) created an …

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Julius Genachowski Nominated To Head FCC

We called him one of the 20 people to watch in 2009, and Julius Genachowski is already proving us right: President-elect Barack Obama has just nominated Genachowski, a co-founder and managing director of Rock Creek Ventures and former Harvard Law School classmate of Obama’s, to be the next chairman of …

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Serco completes SI International acquisition

Back in August, Ed Casey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Serco North America, spoke with us about the acquisition strategy he had in the works for Serco Group plc. Now it’s official: Just this week, Serco completed the acquisition of SI International, a provider of information services, technology, and …

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Best of ExecutiveBiz in 2008

What a year. From market meltdowns to a change in administration, 2008 will go down as a year of unprecedented change. Local businesses and leaders were no strangers to change, either, and ExecutiveBiz was there every step of the way, chronicling the key players in commercial and government markets. In …

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TIME names A-Space among its best inventions of 2008

We hear a lot about Web 2.0 technology and applications on the consumer side — think MySpace, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Less so on the government side. But that’s slowly changing. Recently, TIME Magazine listed A-Space among the top 50 best inventions of 2008. Launched in September by the Federal Government, …

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Ted Leonsis on CNBC Urges Companies to reboot

Local Tech Leader Ted Leonsis interview on CNBC Following the 4th largest single day fall in points on the Dow Jones Industrial average, Ted Leonsis appeared on CNBC’s morning edition of Squawkbox. Leonsis believes that the growth of online media will outpace more traditional methods as we see “consumers become merchants.”  According …

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