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Jim Moran Predicts and Endorses

Jim Moran(D) Congressman for Virginia’s 8th District and serving his 9th term in office has shared with ExecutiveBiz his perspective on the upcoming elections and why he endorses Gerry Connolly(D) to sit beside him in Congress. The 8th district is a significant employer of government contracting jobs and Jim Moran has …

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Pres Candidates Aim to Cut GovCon Spending

 Both presidential candidates are calling for cuts in government contractor spending. Get an idea of what Obama and McCain are calling for and how it will affect the greater-Washington market. What do all three of these recognizable writers have in common? Shannon Henry, Ellen McCarthy and Kim Hart? Well…        …

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Web2.0 Adoption in Large Enterprises

ExecutiveBiz members have been treated to some great presentations from Web2.0 experts, including some who have succeeded in implementing Web2.0 capabilities in very large organizations.  Two of the greatest presenters who have interacted with us are Chris Rasmussen and Sean Dennehy, pictured here. After engaging with them in our venue …

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Competing For Your Vote

In addition to the endless media attention to every aspect of the presidential race between John McCain and Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Sarah Palin voters are being asked to make other critical decisions on change and on market leaders. Below are three decisions voters will make this season:

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Serco Inc. and SI International Have Urge to Merge

While there are multiple paths for government contractors to ascend to the coveted tier-one status of $1 billion+ annual revenues, most lead – at some point – to a significant acquisition (or two) that opens up a new Agency channel or adds a new core service offering. This was indeed …

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Tom Campbell’s winning vision

When Tom Campbell first started his firm, DC Capital Partners, he and his partners laid out a five-year vision of where they wanted to invest. Today, that strategy is paying off, with six transactions closed last year and two pending. “We follow our own strategy, our own plan, and our …

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Lurita Doan is Done: GSA chief removed by White House

This week’s resignation of General Services Administration (GSA) chief Lurita Doan is the latest chapter in what has been a dynamic yet turbulent career spanning high profile work in the private and public sector. Though the White House ended Doan’s tenure this week, it appears that the saga might continue …

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