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Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly central to the public debate surrounding homeland security and defense operations. The private sector, particularly government contractors, are heeding the call and are positioning themselves as integral partners in the cybersecurity efforts taking place in the federal government, according to an article in Aviation Week. “Demand is growing with awareness, and […] More
With the recent operations undertaken by the U.S. in Afghanistan and previously in Iraq, military personnel, politicians and academics have extensively debated the right approach to waging a counterinsurgency campaign. In late 2009, President Obama announced that there would be a 30,000 troop surge in Afghanistan and back in 2007 President Bush launched a troop […] More
Cyber attacks are becoming the bane of governments and companies alike. Recently, search giant Google announced plans to potentially leave China following a series of cyber attacks on its email system. A Virginia-based engineering research company may have the answer. InZero Systems has developed computer protection technology some experts claim is foolproof. The firm is […] More
When it comes to government contracting, women have arrived. Look at any major government contractor, and the proof's in their executive ranks. But that ascent hasn't come easily. It's involved its share of hard work, of course, as well as the task of balancing other life pursuits. Recently, ExecutiveBiz asked some of the Washington, D.C., […] More
Nearly every state budget has seen a shortfall this year. Next year isn't looking much better. For Joe Doherty, those challenges spell opportunity all-around, for everyone. “The solutions the government needs during these economic times are right in our wheelhouse,“ says Doherty. Since becoming executive vice president and group president of ACS Government Solutions in […] More
Vangent, Inc. announced that it will provide the information resource website and calling center for the 2010 Census in Sandy, Utah. The call center will hire about 1,200 temporary employees to answer citizen questions when filling out the 2010 Census.  Vangent, Inc. is part of the Decennial Response Integration System (DRIS) program team responsible  for the […] More
Change of administration is always a challenging time for government contracting as the markets realign in anticipation of where spending will flow and how to best position for the upcoming priorities. The Obama administration change is no exception with Military shifting from hard resources to soft, traditional defense firms shifting from projecting physical space to […] More
Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting trend: Many executives in leadership positions also served in the U.S. Navy. That little tidbit comes up so often, it’s led us to wonder if there’s something in the water. So, what’s the link between Navy service and being a successful leader in government contracting? We recently took […] More
Gates planning on big Defense cuts? That’s what has been reported by Boston.com. According to the article, two defense officials claim that there will be an announcement of as many as six planned cuts. Although not authorized to share details on the topics, the sources claimed that among the potential major weapon cancellation possibilities were the Air […] More
You’ve heard the standard profile of an entrepreneur: Someone with a large capacity for risk. That description fits John Rothenberger to a “T.”  By the age of 36, Rothenberger had already started one company (Aspire Technology Group), then kicked off his second venture, SE Solutions, a business focused on delivering IT and business services to […] More
It’s an interesting time to be a CTO in the federal marketplace. As the needs of government clients increase, so does the need for vendors to provide the most robust and cost-effective solutions. That takes innovation “” and collaboration. In the spirit of that collaboration, ExecutiveBiz went looking for some of the area’s top CTOs. […] More
Many security experts are predicting that we may have already reached the dangerous “tipping point” in the Cyber-War.  Couple this critical danger with an anticipated surge in appropriated funds, and you have cyber security at the forefront of most government contracting agendas in 2009. In a recent interview, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff spoke of what he […] More
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