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A little over a year ago, cloud computing was barely on anyone's radar. Now you can't go a day without hearing about it. Companies are investing billions of dollars in servers for cloud infrastructures. Microsoft is adding some 200,000 servers a year, Google as many as 500,000.  By 2011, an estimated 15.8 million servers will […] More
The winds of change are blowing in the government marketplace, and nowhere is that change more felt than in the realm of web-based communications. For the latest in Government 2.0 trends, we recently sat down with Andrea Baker, director of technology and self-described “social web evangelist,” who works with Navstar, a Falls, Church, Va.-based provider […] More
It's been 10-plus years since its creation and IPv6 is finally gaining adoption momentum. AT&T is building a production-quality IPv6 data network for the U.S. Army in Germany. Meanwhile, Google just announced the option for accessing Google services over IPv6. But how will the technology play out in the federal marketplace? In our CEO Spotlight, […] More
We all know that 2009 will be shaped by significant events “” a new administration, the pending drawdown of the Iraq war, and of course the economy. But how will it all play out, and how will it affect the federal marketplace? For the top 2009 predictions, we went straight to some of the area's […] More
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 to a CNBC interview, Ted Leonsis, […] More
Local CEO Identified as Possible New CIA Director The Washington Post and other sources have identified John Brennan as a possible replacement for current CIA Director Michael Hayden.  Mr. Brennan is currently CEO of The Analysis Corporation (TAC).  TAC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Strategies Group (North America) Inc, run by Dr. John Hillen.  […] More
One of the most underreported business technology stories of 2008 in my opinion is the imminent changes in store for the type of web domains available to businesses, government agencies and individuals (of ample financial means). Last week ICANN, the Internet’s primary oversight agency, put forward preliminary guidelines on the expended universe of web addresses […] More
GovCon held its annual event last night and named Booz Allen Contractor of the Year. October 7th, McLean Virginia, the 6th annual GovCon awards were held at the Tyson’s Corner Ritz Carlton before a fully packed 5th floor audience of government contracting executives. Of note, Booz Allen was named Contractor of the Year along with […] More
James O’Neill Appointed CEO of Siemens Enterprise Communications Jim O’Neill, former president of Northrop Grumman Corporation’s $4.5 billion Information Technology sector, which provides advanced IT engineering and business solutions for government, has been appointed to head Siemens Enterprise Communications Group. O’Neill will be based in Munich and have responsibility for the 14,000 person worldwide operation […] More
 Both presidential candidates are calling for cuts in government contractor spending. Get an idea of what Obama and McCain are calling for and how it will affect the greater-Washington market. What do all three of these recognizable writers have in common? Shannon Henry, Ellen McCarthy and Kim Hart? Well…        They are All women, all […] More
  According to Business Week, the GAO reported that in their opinion, the team responsible for Cyber Security is not up for the job. Forbes named its 100 most powerful women in the world and listed Condoleezza Rice at number 7. So, who are the other 6? Google set to announce its new Android phone. Is […] More
Linda Mills, recently promoted to run Northrop Grumman IT, has made the strategic acquisition of a local geospatial firm 3001, run by Bart Bailey and owned by CM Equity partners. 3001 International, provides airborne imaging, mapping, surveying and geographic information systems for domestic and international government intelligence as well as geospatial data production and analysis.  Obama’s Technology Plan […] More
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