Jim O’Neill Joins CompuDyne as CEO

Six months ago IT veteran Jim O’Neill was managing more than 18,000 employees as Northrop Grumman Information Technology sector’s corporate vice president and president. Three months ago that number dwindled to zero after O’Neill stepped down from his position at Northrop on the heels of a long and successful career …

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Dennis Kelly, COO of A-T Solutions

Recently Dennis Kelly joined A-T Solutions as its chief operating officer. The offer was too good to pass up, he says. “The more I learned about A-T Solutions and the kind of work they do for DOD, Department of Homeland Security and Department of State — and the focus they …

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The British Are Coming…Again

From increased energy efficiency requirements in Federal data centers to the need for better insight on Agency energy usage, government decision makers are turning to IT management and consulting firms to get a better handle on energy and environmental risk factors, as well as opportunities to realize cost and efficiency …

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Susan Nolan, CIO of Perot Systems

This is an exciting time for Perot Systems. Susan Nolan, the company’s CIO, knows all about it. Her team just celebrated the company’s 20th anniversary and launched the its newly redesigned public website, www.perotsystems.com. In her position Nolan oversees these initiatives and more, while making sure everything launches smoothly and …

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Time to give SBA a second look

Earlier this year, Eugene Cornelius came to Washington, D.C., to lead the Washington district office of U.S. Small Business Administration. In the following Q&A, Cornelius talks about major changes underway at SBA — everything from retraining staff in government contracting and acquisitions to letting surrounding counties know about SBA’s varied …

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Mark Danisewicz wins CFO of the Year Award

Recently Mark Danisewicz was named “CFO of the Year” at the third annual Virginia Business CFO of the Year Awards banquet. Danisewicz is CFO of AMERICAN SYSTEMS, a government and commercial IT solutions provider and one of the top 100 majority-owned ESOP companies in the United States. The annual Virginia …

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Raj Ananthanpillai’s vision for InfoZen

Four years ago, Raj Ananthanpillai was named Chief Executive Officer of InfoZen, Inc., a multi-million dollar IT services provider specializing in enterprise e-solutions, risk and data management solutions, and enterprise infrastructure management for both public and private sector organizations. In the following Q&A Ananthanpillai talks about his vision for his …

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mySBX Connects Small, Large Contractors to New Biz Opportunities

A few years back, Blue Canopy Group caught a break. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) needed a partner to provide an integrator tool for a lucrative contract with the Environmental Protection Agency. Blue Canopy was a small firm, and faced the challenge shared by many under-the-radar subcontractors: getting noticed by large …

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Summer reading list: Megacommunities by Mark Gerencser

Looking for a recommendation for your summer reading list? Be sure to pick up a copy of Megacommunities: How Leaders of Government, Business and Non-Profits Can Tackle Today’s Global Challenges Together, by Mark Gerencser, Reginald Van Lee, Fernando Napolitano, and Christopher Kelly. These four vice-presidents from Booz Allen Hamilton explain …

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Mac Curtis, President and CEO of Vangent

This is an exciting time for Vangent. Since it celebrated its one-year anniversary this past February, the company has been embarking on a productive year chockful of new goals, aspirations, and strategies. Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vangent, has been communicating that vision to employees ever since. Over the …

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Carleton Jones Joins Indus as Vice Chairman

Shiv Krishnan, chief executive of Vienna, Va.-based Indus, came to the United States light in the pocket ($500) but heavy on dreams for a better education and opportunities. In recounting his story for the Washington Post recently, Krishnan spoke of how Indus – 15 years after it was founded – …

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