Heavy Storms in Forecast for Cyber Experts

It is only natural – especially in the heat of a presidential campaign – that discussions about security threats focus on those of a physical nature. But there has been a flurry of attention and activity of late around cybersecurity and the importance of simulating the types of massive digital …

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Charles Church joins ACS

Charles Church signed up to work for the government a month after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with one intent: to help national security with his knowledge of information technology. His plan was to stay five years and return to the private sector once his sons reached college age. In …

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Fed 100 Distinction lands on CACI Again

When CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni was named as a Federal 100 Awards winner last week, there might have been an individual who took even more pride in the distinction than Cofoni – Jack London. After all, CACI’s Chairman – and former CEO – worked closely with Cofoni after …

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EDS US Gov Leader Dennis Stolkey

Dennis Stolkey has always been a climber. In fact, long before he ever signed up with EDS, he started his career as one of those guys who climb telephone polls. He sure has come a long way. Over the past 22 years, Stolkey has made an impressive ascent through EDS's …

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Linda Mills Takes over for Northrop Grumman Beltway Game Changer

Earlier this month, Dan Johnson was elevated to President of General Dynamics Information Technology shortly after being named to the ExecutiveBiz Top Ten “Beltway Game Changers” list. And now, after a storied career spanning nearly 30 years as a leading technology executive, Northrop Grumman Information Technology sector corporate vice president …

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Serco taps new CFO

Serco North America has just tapped Richard “Dick“ Galanis as its new CFO. Serco designs and delivers engineering, human capital management, logistics, transportation, and IT/business transformation services to the federal government, military, and state and local governments. Serco Inc., is part of Serco Group plc, a $6 billion global services …

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Northup Grumman's Hugh Taylor Wins IT Award

Northrop Grumman's Hugh Taylor has recently been named one of 2008's Most Important Blacks in Technology by the editors of U.S. Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine. Taylor is the former Northrop Grumman Chief Information Officer overseeing more than $1 billion in IT assets, processes and personnel. Now, in his …

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Dell Buffs Up Public Business Group with Jim Duffey

When interviewed by ExecutiveBiz in May of last year, Jim Duffey, EDS Vice President and General Manager of U.S. Public Sector business, shared that a big challenge his company faced was to defend its market share. This is a challenge that will surely travel with him as Duffey transitions from …

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