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Chief Information Officers at various federal agencies believe that cybersecurity is the greatest long-term challenge that they face, according to a survey conducted by TechAmerica. The IT infrastructure and IT workforce also remain areas of greater concern. In the survey, several CIOs reported that they see millions of attempts per day to attack their networks. […] More
This week saw CACI claim a sizeable SPAWAR – CEO Paul Cofoni shared his thoughts on the victory.  Speaking of big wins, Stanley’s Howard Ady spoke about his firm’s cut of the $3 billion visa services bill from the State Department. Harris claimed a radio deal in Asia, while SAIC inked a deal with U.S. […] More
CACI’s Paul Cofoni discussed his company’s recent SPAWAR win. Lockheed Martin opened a second security intelligence center. MIT kept its system online during a cyber attack. A pair of Ponzi scam artist Bernie Madoff’s programmers have been indicted. The GAO upheld DynCorp’s protest of an Afghan police training contract award. A new book asks, is […] More
GovCon Executive recaps the past week’s contract awards. Paul Cofoni commented on CACI’s latest DoD contract win. SAIC bagged a $625  million Navy software deal. Humans are the front line against phishing attacks, according to the Intrepidus group. Twitter is beefing up its security to fight phishers. Researchers at last week’s RSA conference built a […] More
Good news for Northrop Grumman this week: the firm landed a $100 million BPA to go along with a $775 million CANES award from the Navy. SAIC turned heads with a $625 million software deal from the Navy and added a BPA through subsidiary R.W. Beck for good measure. Paul Cofoni chimed in on CACI’s […] More
Tom Anderson moved to Wyle. Paul Cofoni commented on CACI’s half-billion dollar SPAWAR contract win. Authorities broke up a botnet that had infected half of the Fortune 1000. Dave Drabkin of the GSA has moved to Northrop Grumman. ExecutiveGov interviewed Christine Shafik of the Department of Energy. Experts at the RSA Cybersecurity conference called for […] More
The GAO released a report yesterday updating long-term fiscal projections, and, based on “historical trends and policy preferences,” the US will reach its highest-ever public debt-to-GDP ratio within ten years. “Our long-term simulations show that absent policy changes the federal government faces an unsustainable growth in debt.” -GAO Report Dated March 3rd, 2010 This latest […] More
We recently sat down with former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore and discussed his role in making Virginia America’s most business-friendly state.  He discussed what it’s like to transition from the governor’s mansion and the campaign trail back to private industry, and gave Governor Bob McDonnell some advice on how to maintain Virginia’s pro-business legacy and […] More
For its fourth straight year, ExecutiveBiz brings you its annual list of Ten CFOs to Watch in Government Contracting. In an environment of increased competition, coupled with more frequent calls for cost-cutting measures on the part of government, it’s now incumbent upon every CFO to identify risks “” and strategies “” while strengthening lead infrastructure. […] More
By now you’ve had your fill of top 10 lists for 2010. But this is one list you don’t want to miss. What will 2010 hold for Government Contracting? What shape will collaboration take between industry and government in addressing the tough issues of the day? ExecutiveBiz brought that question to top industry leaders. Here’s […] More
In just a few short weeks, 2010 begins “” the dawn of a new decade. The question now is: Who’ll be leading change in and around government contracting? We’ve got a few suggestions. For the second consecutive year, ExecutiveBiz brings you its annual list of Top 20 People to Watch. From government leaders to CEOs, policy […] More
With the change in administration and push toward insourcing, every contract executive’s job just got a little tougher. Challenges abound: Faster turnaround time for proposals, tightening federal budgets, new compliance guidelines, plus increasing competition for talent and bids. Add to the mix contentious debate over the definition of “inherently governmental services“ “” a conundrum exacerbated […] More
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