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The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has elected leaders from industry and academia as new members of its board of directors and board of advisers. The six new directors will oversee INSA’s strategic planning and operations over a two-year term while the nine new advisers will each serve a term of one year, INSA said […] More
Seagate Technology has formed a business unit that will work with government customers to help them manage and secure big data with company-built technology. Deb Oliver, a public sector veteran with more than 30 years of experience, will serve as president of the Seagate Government Solutions segment and Paul Kaminski as chairman of the subsidiary’s board of directors, […] More
The Northern Virginia Technology Council has unveiled the names of the finalists for the 2015 NVTC Tech Awards in honor of Northern Virginia's technology community. NVTC said Thursday this year’s Tech Executive of the Year finalists are Neustar's Lisa Hook, Northrop Grumman's Neil Siegel, HP's Marilyn Crouther, Vencore's Barry Barlow and Virtustream's Rodney Rogers. NVTC will […] More
James C. Reagan serves as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Leidos. In this capacity, he manages financial reporting, investor relations, accounting, tax, treasury and other financial functions at the Reston, Va.-based contractor. Reagan worked for more than two years at Vencore as senior VP and CFO before he moved to Leidos. The certified […] More
The Professional Services Council and Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce have named the finalists for government contracting vendor and executive honors at the 13th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards Nov. 5. PSC said Thursday the awards recognize the leadership, commitment and innovation of businesses and leaders in the Washington metropolitan area’s government contracting community. “Each year we are privileged […] More
The Defense Department's increasing use of “lowest price-technically acceptable“ procedures to buy information technology systems and services has raised some concerns among some IT defense contractors, National Defense reported Wednesday. Sandra Erwin writes DoD's use of LPTA bids to award contracts rose from 26 percent of total awards in fiscal year 2009 to 36 percent in fiscal year 2013. Kevin […] More
The Northern Virginia Technology Council has announced the roster of its board of directors for the trade association’s 2015-16 fiscal year. NVTC also announced Tuesday the election of 27 new and returning board members, and 16 three-year-term members to the board. Officers of the board of directors include: Chair: Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of Inova Center for […] More
Omar Balkissoon, co-founder and CEO of OGSystems, said Monday the company has used an investment from venture capital firm General Catalyst to develop new technology products for defense and intelligence customers. “We… are responding to the Pentagon and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's call for action to innovate and increase research and development activities addressing the […] More
Lou Von Thaer, president of the national security sector business at Leidos, will be a co-keynote speaker at a company-sponsored symposium on how parents can best engage kids in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Von Thaer, a Wash100 inductee, headlines the WashingtonExec 2015 K-12 STEM Symposium on March 7 with Evan Glazer, principal at Thomas […] More
NASA took the first step Friday in what it hopes to be a new era for human space exploration as the agency sent the Orion capsule into a nearly four-hour orbit to evaluate its potential for future missions via Boeing‘s Space Launch System. Engineers for NASA and Orion constructor Lockheed Martin focused much of their attention […] More
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