ACG Names Winners of Corporate Growth Awards

ACG announced the following winners last night that included: (Capital Provider) Thomas Campbell of D.C. Capital Partners, (Investment Banker) Daniel Cornell of Stifel Nicolas; (Corporate Executive) Thomas Mutryn of CACI; (Emerging Growth Company, Under $100M) Morgan Franklin; (Emerging Growth Company, $100M- $500M) M.C. Dean; (Deal of the Year) Dimension International …

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A 1.0 Business Case for Government Web 2.0 Adoption

For all its transformative potential, future adoption of Web 2.0 within the Federal government rests on the same business case requirements as any other product or service. And while enterprise wikis and secure video sharing applications are gaining converts in civilian, intelligence and defense organizations, decision makers in the upper …

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Benchmarking Green IT in offing for Federal Agencies?

Now five years old, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) elicits varied reactions among Federal agency decision makers and the contractor community. While some rightly argue there is ample room for improvement in terms of how well the directive is protecting the government’s information assets, there is also no …

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Shiv Krishnan to Speak at National Small Business Week

Are you trying to learn the best way to partner with the large prime contractors? Well check out this year’s National Small Business Week. It’s an event hosted by the SBA focused exclusively on small business. Come hear Shiv Krishnan, President & CEO of INDUS Corporation, along with other experts …

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Web 2.0 Tool Eases Pain of Scheduling Conference Calls

I’d like to consider myself fairly web-savvy. I subscribe to RSS feeds, use social bookmark sites, leverage Facebook and LinkedIn for professional purposes. And yet, attempting to send out a conference call meeting request from my Apple Mail program to clients with Microsoft Outlook proved maddening. After banging my head …

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GSA to hold Alliant winners at bay…for now

On the heels of a Federal judge early March ruling in favor of a handful of contractors who protested not being awarded a piece of the General Service Adminstration’s Alliant contract, the GSA let it be known things wouldn’t be resolved anytime soon. Rather than open a can of worms …

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iDirect Partners With Intelsat to Launch Satellite-Based Internet

Herndon-based satellite network provider iDirect partnered with Intelsat and international relief organization World Vision to launch a global satellite platform that will bring high speed Internet access to remote areas around the world. The new network, called SandukaNet, meaning “deep change” in Zambia’s Tonga language, will allow instant voice and …

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The Federal Government & Google

When the NSA or CIA attempts to search its databases for intelligence information they’ll soon be able to say what most civilians do when searching for information: “Google it” A little known group within Google, the federal sales team, recently signed a deal with the federal governments’ intelligence agencies to …

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10 COOs That ExecutiveBiz Readers Should Definitely Know

Comedian Rodney Dangerfield is perhaps best known for his line “I don’t get no respect.” One wonders if, in a previous life, Dangerfield was a chief operating officer. While the president and chief executive officer are accountable for establishing an organization’s goals – and meeting them – over time it …

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Social Video for the US Intelligence Community

ExecutiveBiz members have had the pleasure of interacting with a long line of IT thought leaders. One of note is Chris Rasmussen, a great advocate for information sharing and collaboration within the federal space and a master of the use of new tools to get groups working together on hard …

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