Dennis Stolkey of EDS: Navigating ARRA

Topping 1,500 pages, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is a little akin to an ancient Maya hieroglyphic: as seemingly incomprehensible and daunting to navigate at times. For tips on how the government contracting community can navigate ARRA — and find opportunities that meet the needs of federal, state, and …

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Catching up with ENSCO’s Alan Bell

ENSCO’s been called one of the best kept secrets in town, and Alan Bell is set to change that. As COO of the Falls Church, Va.-based company — its focus is on engineering, science and advanced technology solutions for the defense, security, transportation, environment, and aerospace industries — Bell has …

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SRA to Upgrade Air-Traffic Control Technology at FAA

In an effort to support small to medium-sized airports in the National Airspace System, SRA International Inc. will provide a low-cost ground surveillance system solution under a contract awarded by the Federal Aviation Administration.  The five-year IDIQ with a value in excess of $20 million will aid the FAA in reducing the …

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NISC Adds Another Key Intelligence Leader to Board

The National Interest Security Company has announced the appointment of another leading intelligence authority to its board of directors, Dr. Donald Kerr, former principal deputy director of national intelligence. This comes on the heels of the naming of Gen. Michael Hayden to the board last week.  NISC CEO Andrew Maner …

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Mark the Date: Vivek Kundra speaks to POC Tues., May 5

In case you missed him, Federal CIO Vivek Kundra was on Capitol Hill yesterday reiterating the administration’s intent to move more government data online. “We’re ensuring that we create a much more transparent and open government so the American people know what’s going,” said Kundra, speaking before the Senate Homeland …

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Scott Goss: Taking PSS to the next level

For many mid-sized companies it’s a common challenge: They’re too big to be small and too small to be big. But where some see challenge, Scott Goss sees opportunity. As president and CEO of Preferred Systems Solutions (PSS), an information technology, engineering services, and program management company based in McLean, …

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Catching up with HP’s Tom Hempfield

From cybersecurity to tightening budgets, federal agencies are facing the task of doing more with less. Helping federal customers come up with a game plan to tackle these and other issues — everything from green IT to data center transformation — is Tom Hempfield, head of HP’s federal business organization. …

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