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It’s been a whirlwind last few days for Vivek Kundra. Last Thursday, FBI agents raided his former office at the District of Columbia’s technology department, where a former employee of his was charged with bribery. While Kundra was not a target in the raid “” the FBI stated as much “” the ensuing publicity was […] More
As chief operating officer for Alion Science, Stacy Mendler keeps her pulse on technology solutions coming down the pike. So, in the midst of Obama's call for a federal contracting overhaul, ExecutiveBiz stopped by Mendler's office for her take on what those possible cuts may mean for the government technology solutions arena. Here, Mendler debriefs […] More
Ask Isabel Reiff what she most enjoys about her work as senior vice president of ICF International, a global professional services firm based in Fairfax, Va., and she’ll be the first to tell you: the opportunity to work on some of the most pressing issues of the day. Here Reiff shares the latest trends to […] More
Lee Cooper has spent the last 23 years of his career focusing on business development.  As vice president of business development for Raytheon Technical Services “” one of the six companies within Raytheon “” Cooper has helped his team grow revenue to nearly $3 billion. Here he shares a few steps to successful business development […] More
This past Thursday, Rod Beckstrom, Director of the National Cybersecurity Center, announced his resignation, which is effective March 13th.  In his resignation letter to Janet Napolitano, Homeland Security Secretary, he highlights what he feels are the problems with NSA’s over reaching arm when it comes to cybersecurity.  In an interview with Forbes , Beckstrom said, “In intelligence environments like the NSA, […] More
Cybersecurity is hands down the national security issue of the day, and Shane Harris saw it coming. Since 2005, Harris has been the homeland security and intelligence correspondent for National Journal. Along the way, Harris has seen cybersecurity evolve from an arguably esoteric topic to one of national security interest. Here Harris debriefs on trends […] More
With a growing number of businesses turning to cloud computing, 2009 is proving to be a banner year for the technology. Still unanswered, however, is if and when federal agencies will make the switch, and how cloud providers can facilitate a conversation in an arena “” the federal government “” they may still be unfamiliar […] More
President Obama has just named Vivek Kundra the Federal Chief Information Officer at the White House. During his campaign, Obama had stated he would create a technology czar to help government run more efficiently. In the newly created federal position, Kundra will be responsible for policy and strategic planning of federal IT spending. “Vivek Kundra […] More
Joe Kopfman has been with AMERICAN SYSTEMS almost from the start. If you ask him, he’ll tell you it’s not like working for the same company, rather an ever-evolving one. Since his start, Kopfman has seen AMERICAN SYSTEMS grow from $2 million in annual revenue to over $200 million. Recently Kopfman took a look back […] More
ManTech has just announced that Robert Coleman will resign as president and chief operating officer of the military contractor effective June 1, 2009. Coleman is leaving to pursue other opportunities, says ManTech spokesperson Mark Root. Coleman will retain his position as a member of the board of directors. Coleman was named president and COO of […] More
The wait is over: Today President Barack Obama officially nominated Julius Genachowski to head the Federal Communications Commission. Genachowski, a DC venture capitalist who served as Obama’s technology advisor during his presidential campaign, had been rumored to be Obama’s pick since December 2008. Recently Genachowski spoke at a Potomac Officer’s Club event, in which he […] More
We recently reported that Melissa Hathaway has been tapped to lead a 60-day review of federal cyber security efforts. As we wait for the review’s findings, John Brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism, has just passed along this update: The review will be completed by the end of April 2009. At […] More
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