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Rudy Augsburger, Shazia Masoodi Join Razorsight Exec Team

Rudy Augsburger and Shazia Masoodi, both formerly of Smith Micro Software and Accenture respectively, have joined the executive team at cloud-based analytics company Razorsight Corp. Augsburger will serve as a vice president and Masoodi will serve as VP of analytics, Razorsight said Tuesday. Charlie Thomas, Razorsight president and CEO, said both …

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Survey Includes Contractors On Green IT Leadership List

Energy and environment research firm Verdantix has selected Accenture, Deloitte, CGI and IBM as among the world’s leaders in designing and implementing green information technology. The firm based its findings on interviews with 15 buyers, representing firms with $183 billion in revenue, Environmental Leader reports. According to the report, Verdantix cited the …

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GovCon Firms Among Ethisphere’s 2013 ‘World’s Most Ethical Companies’

The Ethisphere Institute, a global think tank aimed at sharing best practices for business ethics and corporate social responsibility, has named several government contracting companies to its 2013 list of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies.” Ethisphere magazine, the institutes’ quarterly publication, publishes the rankings of companies’ standards and practices in …

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Executive Spotlight: Tom Romeo, MAXIMUS’ Federal Services Lead on the ACA, Medicaid and Health Exchanges

Tom Romeo is the president of MAXIMUS‘ federal services division, where he is responsible for operations and strategic expansion efforts. Prior to MAXIMUS, Romeo was at IBM for 25 years, including as vice president for the federal government division, and also worked at Accenture. In his interview with ExecutiveBiz, Romeo discusses how MAXIMUS …

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General Dynamics to Build Reagan Airport Data Collection Net; Mike Tweed-Kent Comments

General Dynamics‘ advanced information systems unit will build and install a data collection network at Reagan National Airport in Washington for testing and evaluating systems. The company said it won a 30-month, $5 million contract from the Transportation Security Administration through the Enterprise Acquisitions Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions vehicle. …

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SAIC Names IT-Tech Services Spinoff Leadership Team

Science Applications International Corp. announced Monday six initial appointments to the executive leadership team of its planned government technical services and enterprise information technology spinoff. As part of that announcement, the company announced the identity of that company’s chief executive and who will lead the other science-and-technology business (click over …

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Sotera to Assess Future Tech for FBI Criminal Justice Info Sharing; John Hillen Comments

Sotera Defense Solutions personnel will work with the FBI to update the information technology architecture of the bureau’s criminal justice information system, the company announced Thursday. Under a $31 million task order, the company will work with the bureau’s CJIS IT architecture group to evaluate and assess emerging technologies to …

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DHS Contractors To Hold Forum With TSA Admin John Pistole

A nonprofit organization representing many homeland security contractors is starting a new forum to establish dialogue with the Transportation Security Administration, Government Executive reports. The companies, members of the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable, have created a senior executive industry forum that will start with a meeting on June 5 with …

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Booz Allen AF R&D Focusing On Infrastructure Survivability, Vulnerability

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. will provide research and development to the Air Force for assessing vulnerability and survivability of infrastructure, the Defense Department announced Monday. The McLean, Va.-based consulting and contracting firm received a $9,861,872 contract to provide reports to the Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center on on critical infrastructure gap scenarios …

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Officials Debate Who Should Head Cyber: DHS Or Pentagon

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 …

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Janet Napolitano: DHS Close to New Biometric Exit System

The Department of Homeland Security expects to have a new biographic system that provides more functionality between data repositories in place by June, Fierce Homeland Security reports.  Secretary Janet Napolitano told the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday that the final plan for the biographic exit program is in the process of …

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Report: Pentagon Planning Biometrics Tests in U.S.

The Defense Department is set to launch two large-scale tests on whether biometrics can control who leaves and enters military facilities, Federal News Radio reports. The military has put its Common Access Cards with biometrics to limited use so far but Brian Hunt, the Army’s Biometrics Identity Management Agency chief of …

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