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Mike Fox is senior vice president for corporate strategic development. Here's his take on today's business development environment for government contractors: Return to Main Feature here. ExecutiveBiz: How, if at all, is OCI affecting your current business development efforts? Mike Fox: As far as OCI, we’ve established an even more rigorous bid review process to […] More
Tom Davies is senior vice president ACS Government Solutions Group. Here's his take on today's business development environment for government contractors: Return to Main Feature here. ExecutiveBiz: Tell us about the brand-building initiative you engaged in this past year. Tom Davies: ACS is a leader in the government marketplace, but we've traditionally not done much […] More
A recent botnet scam that has been defrauding Internet advertisers is also stealing revenue from Google. The botnet produces a false Google page, with real results that are taken from the actual Google search engine, and slightly alters them to enable click fraud. The scam is being spread through malware disguised as anti-virus scanning software. […] More
Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen has developed a model that explains the market chaos that follows a game-changing innovation in any particular field.  Using examples from the steel, computing, chemistry, and financial industries, he explains the three enablers that make an innovation game-changing: technology, a cost-effective business model, and a “complete vertical commercial system.” […] More
The other day, Microsoft confirmed that a number of Hotmail account login information was compromised and posted online. It now appears that the breach is significantly wider, extending to Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Earthlink and Comcast email accounts. Over 30,000 accounts have been posted online according to a list the BBC viewed. Google has moved to […] More
Busy Executives can not afford to miss much work and need to focus on ways to prevent and/or minimize Influenza infection. Eating healthy foods, exercising, minimizing stress and getting enough rest are known to keep your immune system working well and to prevent illness. Getting the seasonal flu vaccine and H1N1 vaccine can also provide […] More
Since 2002, Joseph E. Robert, III (below, right) has served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps and recently served a tour of duty in Iraq. He is currently a student at American University in Washington, DC, studying international affairs. Joe serves as a board member of Fight For Children. This year he […] More
It's been a particularly challenging year for industry, with many companies growing at single digit rates. High Performance Technologies, Inc., wasn't one of them. Based in Reston, Va., the science and technology firm finished 2008 at $72 million; it'll finish this year 20 percent higher than that. Helping to keep the midsize company on an […] More
The word's out: The Department of Defense will insource 33,000 positions over the next few years. Of that number, 10,000 will replace contractors currently working in support of acquisition organizations like Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, and Marine Corps Systems Command. So, how can contractors best maintain relevance? ExecutiveBiz took that question […] More
Yesterday, Rachel Jackson, director of Transportation Programs at the Lockheed Martin Washington Operations office, has been elected to the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Board of Directors. She will serve a 2-year director-at-large term that commences immediately. A 14-year veteran of Lockheed Martin, Jackson has also chaired ATCA's Public Relations Committee and serves on the […] More
He’s been called a nebbish with a heart. Now Dan Gordon, GAO’s currently acting general counsel, has been nominated by President Obama to serve as Office of Federal Policy Procurement administrator. It’s been a little over a year since the office of OFPP has been without a permanent leader (Paul A. Denett resigned as administrator […] More
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