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This week saw SRA win a half-billion dollar BPA from the USDA, while SAIC claimed a SSC Pacific support deal. Harris got more orders for the Falcon III radio, ExxonMobile won an aviation fuel contract and BAE inked a deal to provide weapons to Norway and Sweden. Northrop was awarded an Army training deal and […] More
Bo Durickovic serves as executive vice president of the Defense Personnel Services Group at Serco Inc. He  is responsible for several Department of Defense outsourcing services programs focused on serving the needs of military veterans and their families, including recruiting, education and training, processing, career transition and retirement. Durickovic began his career as a consultant […] More
Healthcare reform may still be up in the air, but this much is certain: Health information technology will be the foundational element in any reform effort “” and  contractors will play an important role. That was made clear this past year by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and accompanying HITECH Act. From electronic health […] More
With cyber exploits filling the news recently and more and more organizations experiencing cyber attacks, we are often left with the question of which computer platform provides better security? A survey conducted by ESET and released in November found the majority of computer users believe Macs are more secure than PCs. However, the survey found […] 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
The past year has been a busy one for government contractors. The headlines have been filled with issues ranging from in-sourcing and de-conflicting to the surge of contractors that will be needed to support the effort in Afghanistan. This year has seen multiple multi-billion dollar deals that are changing the way companies within GovCon are […] More
Click Here to read more Paul Leslie on Leaving Apptis Paul Leslie, one of our 20 People to watch in 2009, has left his position as President and COO of Apptis.  He had this to say about his departure: “Apptis services is a great company.  It was an honor for me to serve the employees […] More
During a speech at the Brookings Institute on Monday, Federal Communications Chairman Julius Genachowski discussed his support for net neutrality. He suggested that the existing guidelines set forth by the FCC for net neutrality should be codified for regulation purposes.  According to cnet news, two new guidelines that Genachowski advocates adding to net neutrality “would […] More
Big Blue has launched an ambitious battery project  with the a goal of commercializing an experimental battery technology “” lithium metal-air “” in order to acheive over ten times the energy density of today’s best batteries. This week, IBM will host a gathering of some of the world's top researchers in the field, including auto company researchers and […] More
Paul Smith joined Red Hat to replicate his success establishing “” and growing “” a public sector practice. In the eight years since then, he's more than succeeded. Today, the government business unit he oversees at Red Hat is the fastest growing business unit in the company. We talked to Paul Smith about the benefits […] More
While the Internet may not quite be the great equalizer when it comes to political campaigns pitting heavyweight candidates against underdogs, Politics 2.0 has certainly caused front-runners to sweat a few buckets. Today’s Washington Post has an A1 story examining the Web’s promise and peril for Presidential candidates – particularly front-runners with less to gain […] More
All of the panels at the upcoming Web 2.0 conference on November 1 look excellent, but there's one I'm particularly interested in. “Politics on the Web, by the Web, and for the Web“ at The New New Internet conference features four very talented individuals from the world of politics and technology. Together, this panel should […] More
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