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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
They come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Some came to the private sector from the military. Others made the transition from the government. Still others started out directly in the commercial space and worked their way on up. But whatever their individual backgrounds they all share a common theme: Each has developed winning strategies […] More
It’s a frightening statistic: The Washington, DC area leads the nation in the prevalence of kidney disease. But there’s hope. The Kidney Ball is the National Kidney Foundation’s largest one-day fundraiser, raising funds to support medical research and other critical initiatives. To keep the momentum going, Jim Duffey, a key voice in the area’s business […] More
Plenty of books have spawned from the Iraq war ““ authored by reporters on the ground, former State Department officials and, of course, legions of critics to name a few. The most recent publishing effort may be one of the most surprising, that is unless you know Dr. J. Phillip (Jack) London, chairman of CACI. […] More
When the NSA or CIA attempts to search its databases for intelligence information they'll soon be able to say what most civilians do when searching for information: “Google it“ A little known group within Google, the federal sales team, recently signed a deal with the federal governments' intelligence agencies to provide servers for a secure […] More
Talk about eclectic. Long before Donna Morea ever became a leading force at – count it – the fifth largest IT firm in North America, she had a knack for finding success off the beaten path. In her early years, out of college, Morea worked as a studio photographer, then headed to the prestigious Wharton […] More
Earlier this month ExecutiveBiz highlighted ten area executives in relatively new roles who we expect to be firmly placed in the 2008 spotlight. Perhaps these executives can take their cue from another set of leaders who have grown quite accustomed to being in the middle of the action. ExecutiveBiz's “Beltway Game Changers“ recognizes 10 prominent […] More
Each year, the Kidney Ball brings out the leaders in the government contracting space. Last month's Kidney Ball was no exception. The event ended with entertainer Patti LaBelle rocking the 1,000 plus crowd. Some of the executives who attended included: Donna Morea of CGI, Anne Altman of IBM, Greg Baroni of Unisys, Jim Duffey of […] More
Last week, San Francisco hosted the fourth annual Web 2.0 Summit. The event wrapped up on Friday and with over 100 featured speakers, from Tim O'Reilly to ebay CEO Meg Whitman, there was a lot of related news coverage. For a full report on what's become a yearly west coast tradition, visit the news and […] More
Dr. Brand Niemann is a leader in the use of Web 2.0 technology in the public sector. With a 27-year government career under his belt, he currently serves as Senior Enterprise Architect in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Environmental Protection Agency. ExecutiveBiz is honored to have him speak in the […] More
A Web 2.0 Roundtable was held this morning at the Tower Club. Some of the comments and insights are: ROI vs- ROE: This group consisted of mostly large companies in need of products with ROI, Janet Hall of TMNG Global suggested that every company will not only weigh the Return on Investment but will carefully […] More
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