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In its 2011 winter issue, GovCon Exec Magazine published its annual list of government contracting executives and government officials who are poised to shape the industry in the upcoming year. Below, you’ll find the 12 members of the private sector who were awarded positions on the “15 to Watch in 2012”. For their public sector counterparts, check […] More
Accenture announced today Kay Kapoor will lead its U.S. federal government division. “U.S. civilian and defense agencies represent many of our most important and longest client engagements,“ said Steve Rohleder, H&PS Group chief executive. “Kay's deep industry knowledge and significant leadership experience make her the perfect trusted adviser for our clients. I'm confident she is […] More
AT&T has secured new Authority to Operate status from the U.S. Army, allowing it to deliver unified communications services for personnel using the service branch’s unclassified network within the continental U.S. The company said Wednesday it is scheduled to provide instant messaging, persistent chat, video, voice, presence and screen sharing services to an initial batch […] More
Chris Smith serves as vice president of technology for the government solutions business at AT&T, a role the company announced him for in late 2013. In this position, Smith leads 175 technologists that develop products and services for the telecommunications provider’s federal agency customers. The 25-year federal market veteran previously served as U.S. federal chief technology and innovation […] More
Disagreement over the military’s role in cyber space and litigation concerns are major factors delaying the U.S. government’s efforts to form new rules for cyber engagement, Defense News reports. Zachary Fryer-Biggs wrote May 7 that officials have not yet delegated the authority to protect critical domestic infrastructure to either the Department of Homeland Security or […] More
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