Search Results for: Northrop

Jim O’Neill Joins CompuDyne as CEO

Six months ago IT veteran Jim O’Neill was managing more than 18,000 employees as Northrop Grumman Information Technology sector’s corporate vice president and president. Three months ago that number dwindled to zero after O’Neill stepped down from his position at Northrop on the heels of a long and successful career …

Read More »

Tom Campbell’s winning vision

When Tom Campbell first started his firm, DC Capital Partners, he and his partners laid out a five-year vision of where they wanted to invest. Today, that strategy is paying off, with six transactions closed last year and two pending. “We follow our own strategy, our own plan, and our …

Read More »

Northup Grumman’s Hugh Taylor Wins IT Award

Northrop Grumman’s Hugh Taylor has recently been named one of 2008’s Most Important Blacks in Technology by the editors of U.S. Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine. Taylor is the former Northrop Grumman Chief Information Officer overseeing more than $1 billion in IT assets, processes and personnel. Now, in his …

Read More »

ExecutiveBiz Selects Top Ten “Beltway Game Changers”

Earlier this month ExecutiveBiz highlighted ten area executives in relatively new roles who we expect to be firmly placed in the 2008 spotlight. Perhaps these executives can take their cue from another set of leaders who have grown quite accustomed to being in the middle of the action. ExecutiveBiz’s “Beltway …

Read More »

Government Contracting Predictions for 2008

ExecutiveBiz recently asked government contracting leaders their predictions in their industries for 2008. Here are their responses: “Flawless execution and systems integration and engineering will define the hallmarks for 2008 in our marketplace. The need for effective partnership with our government customer will be of paramount importance. An increased emphasis …

Read More »

Photos from Kidney Ball

Each year, the Kidney Ball brings out the leaders in the government contracting space. Last month’s Kidney Ball was no exception. The event ended with entertainer Patti LaBelle rocking the 1,000 plus crowd. Some of the executives who attended included: Donna Morea of CGI, Anne Altman of IBM, Greg Baroni …

Read More »

There Must be Something in the Water

Somewhere along the line – as partisan mudslinging increased over the Iraq War – the concepts of patriotism and service to one’s country became contorted to fit the various political agendas. One pundit argues that it is unpatriotic to question the War, and a politician comes back and says it …

Read More »