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HUD Meets Google Maps

We’ve reported on the intersection of government and Web 2.0 technologies before on this blog. It’s an important and shifting landscape and nowhere is this dichotomy more evident than in Washington D.C. Most of the applications are born in the private sector. Wikipedia, for example, became widely used well before …

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Contractors Swoop In to Fill Void as Aging Feds Retire

More than 60,000 federal workers retired in 2006 according to a recent BusinessWeek article. That leaves a lot of unoccupied desks across the federal government. While Uncle Sam scrambles to recruit a new generation of workers, contractors have already begun to replace many of the vacancies. Contracting firms, often with …

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ManTech Muscles Up With Latest Acquisition

Acquisitions tend to come in three flavors: those that leave you scratching your head as to why either party would pursue the transaction; those that leave you scratching your head why one party would pursue the transaction; and finally those that leave you nodding your head approvingly. Anyone following M&A …

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Cracking Crabs with Local Tech Executives

This past Wednesday I attended the Tech Council of Maryland’s 3rd Annual Ultimate Crab Feast and Summer Networking Event at Smokey Glen Farm Barbequers, Inc. And before you get any funny ideas, I was there purely to find out what some of the areas leading technology companies and executives were …

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CACI’s Cofoni Replaces London as CEO

Paul Cofoni has been tapped to replaced Dr. J.P. “Jack” London as CEO of CACI. Dr. London will stay on board as Chairman. A former Naval Officer, Dr. London’s leadership brought stunning growth to CACI, and led CACI’s rapid entrée into the information security and Intelligence Community arenas. Cofoni has …

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