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Hackers have released software they claim can destroy the cyber-forensic tools used by many law enforcement agencies throughout the world. The forensic tool, known as Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor, is given to police agencies for free who use the series of tools to collect information from Windows-based operating systems. The software, called Decaf, is […] More
For Marc Perlman, it doesn't get more exciting than this. “We are at an amazing point in our country,“ says Perlman. “This is a unique time to make a difference and change the trajectory of the U.S. healthcare system,“ he says. As global vice president of Oracle's Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry Business Unit, Perlman […] More
As reaction to the Senate’s health care bill reverberates, we have yet to fully understand how any final legislation will affect individuals, institutions and, very notably, state governments. Leaders in the House and Senate have said that they will have a final bill for the President to sign by the end of January.  If they […] More
We sat down with Vivek Kundra, Federal CIO, just a few days after the launch of the Open Government Directive on December 8th, 2009. He was recently named the Chief of the Year by InformationWeek and has been an instrumental role in the U.S government's IT operations in the past 9 months that he has […] More
The Internet is the global communications and information infrastructure that provides the medium for communication and computation that facilitates the provisioning of numerous applications and infrastructure services, including e-mail, on-line banking, data storage, and quantum computing power.  It brings with it promises of economic development and prosperity, scientific discovery, increased political participation, and ever changing […] More
It's been over a year since Chuck Prow was named managing partner of IBM's Global Business Services Public Sector business. Since then, Prow has been overseeing IBM's consulting and systems integration business for the U.S. federal, state, local, education, and health care markets. Analytics play a key role in each market. Prow recently spoke with […] More
You might call Bob Burleson a high-tech chief financial officer. For six years, Burleson worked at a biotech company that he grew to nearly $60 million in annual revenue “” half through government contracting, the other through commercial sales. Then, in May 2006, Burleson came on board TechTeam. Burleson has since helped the company double […] More
In just a few short weeks, 2010 begins “” the dawn of a new decade. The question now is: Who’ll be leading change in and around government contracting? We’ve got a few suggestions. For the second consecutive year, ExecutiveBiz brings you its annual list of Top 20 People to Watch. From government leaders to CEOs, policy […] More
Greg Baroni is the Chairman, CEO, and founder of Attain, LLC (formerly Eclat), which provides strategic, healthcare, application, operational and security services for a wide array of markets. Prior to landing at Eclat, Baroni spent seven years at Unisys Corporation as an officer and Corporate Senior Vice President. He also had an operational leadership role […] More
It’s been said that prediction is a very difficult thing “” especially if it’s about the future. Fortunately, when we set out to name 2009’s People to Watch, we placed are bets correctly, giving readers a sneak peak of Beltway game changers who’d more than likely be leaving their mark over the coming year. We’re […] More
The Department of Homeland Security has a central role to play in the future of cybersecurity. Given U.S. reticence to involve the military in protecting civilian networks, DHS will serve as a hub of coordination between the government and private sector spaces, each looking to better secure the nation’s critical cyber infrastructure. In the Office […] More
Bob McCord made a conscious decision over 20 years ago to focus his career at the intersection of health, IT and government. “I believed the health industry had underinvested in health information technology and the government would play an expanding role in this marketplace,“ says McCord. He was right. Today, government agencies are planning to […] More
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