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Executive Profile: Stan Sloane of SRA

Before being appointed president and CEO of SRA International in 2007, Stan Sloane served as executive vice president of integrated systems and solutions at Lockheed Martin Corporation. In his position, he led an organization that rendered systems engineering and integration services to the federal government and other international clients. Sloane …

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Mark Drapeau: Six ways to join the goverati



First came the technorati. Then the twitterati. Now the goverati have burst onto the Web 2.0 scene. These are individuals from government and industry alike leveraging new technology to better shape government policy and direction. So what can industry do to keep on top of this emerging trend? Who better …

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Rachel Jackson elected to Air Traffic Control Association Board of Directors

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 …

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Joe Doherty of ACS: Year of record bookings across federal, state, local, government healthcare markets

Nearly every state budget has seen a shortfall this year. Next year isn’t looking much better. For Joe Doherty, those challenges spell opportunity all-around, for everyone. “The solutions the government needs during these economic times are right in our wheelhouse,” says Doherty. Since becoming executive vice president and group president …

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Norm Augustine’s Report on NASA’s Bleak Future

After just seven more missions to the International Space Station (ISS), the Space Shuttle will retire without a replacement.  Ex-Lockheed Martin CEO Norm Augustine, chair of the United States Human Space Flight Plans Committee review, has published his committee’s findings, and NASA’s budgetary future looks bleak. Augustine told PBS “the human space flight …

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Lockheed Breaks Ground in Expansion to Newtown, PA Space Systems Facility

Lockheed Martin has broken ground on two new facilities at its Space Systems Company operations in Newtown, Pennsylvania, to support spacecraft programs for government and commercial customers.   New facilities include a 15,000-square-foot multi-purpose conference center to facilitate large-scale meetings like design reviews, demonstration initiatives and customer events, and will have space to …

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IT Industry Recession Proof And Wants College Grads

 “We’re hiring as fast as we can. The past six months have been the peak for us”, said the CEO of Platinum solutions Laila Rossi; not something you would expect to hear given the current global recession. Yet according to the Washington Post  the most expanding industry is the information technology industry due to the steady pace …

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Top CEOs’ leadership lessons from the Navy

Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting trend: Many executives in leadership positions also served in the U.S. Navy. That little tidbit comes up so often, it’s led us to wonder if there’s something in the water. So, what’s the link between Navy service and being a successful leader in …

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