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CGI’s Michael Waple among Winners at Technology Awards

Michael Waple, vice president and head of financial operations and controller for CGI’s U.S. and India operations, has been named one of the winners of the 15th annual Greater Washington Technology CFO awards. The award honors local chief financial officers for outstanding achievement and excellence in promoting the area’s technology …

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The Top 20 People to Watch in 2011

As the countdown to 2011 begins, ExecutiveBiz brings you its third annual list of the Top 20 People to Watch. From government to industry, this year’s list highlights individuals focused, largely, on two critical fronts: in government, cost-efficiency and national security; on the industry side, new innovation — and the …

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Booz Allen Hamilton Launches IPO

Booz Allen Hamilton has filed an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission today in hopes to raise $266 million. The Class A shares will be offered from $17 to $19 apiece, the filing said. The company went private in 2008 when it was bought by the Carlyle …

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Blackwater Goes Up for Sale

Xe Services, formally known as Blackwater, is looking for a buyer, according to recent news reports. The organization, which operated in Iraq and has contracts in Afghanistan, also has extensive training facilities in North Carolina as well as an expanding presence in Asian markets and manufacturing. “Xe’s new management team …

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Anita Antenucci: Six OCI trends to watch in 2010

Over the course of 2009, organizational conflict of interest dominated industry headlines. How the issue will play out in 2010 is now anybody’s guess. But this much is clear. “As we head into 2010, the level of avoidance — as opposed to simply mitigation — of OCI will be mandated …

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Northrop Could Sell TASC Unit for Up to $2B

Northrop Grumman is looking to sell TASC, its unit that advises military and intelligence agencies in a deal that could be worth up to $1 to $2 billion. The Department of Defense has tightened its conflict-of-interest rules this year as ordered by Congress on firms like Northrop’s TASC. Many contractors …

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Mark Ein shares the latest on Washington Kastles

As most of us know, venture capitalist and entrepreneur Mark Ein spends most of his time focusing on potential technology and telecommunications investment opportunities for his holding company Venturehouse Group, LLC. But Ein is adding an entirely new element to his portfolio as head of an ownership group that has …

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More Leading Executives at Walker & Dunlop Reception

As promised, this post follows up on yesterday’s account of the Walker & Dunlop reception. Held last Wednesday, the event was hosted by the firm’s CEO, Will Walker, who has extensive senior management experience. The firm’s gathering gave some of the DC region’s leading executives a chance to exchange business …

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SAIC Lands Deal to Build New England Biomass Plant

SAIC Inc. and the Carlyle Energy Mezzanine Opportunities Group have agreed to provide $225 million for construction of the Plainfield Renewable Energy biomass project, SAIC announced Monday.  SAIC said its work will include engineering, procurement, and construction services. According to the company, the project will generate 37.5 megawatts of clean energy …

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