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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 own tactics and focus on […] More
What often makes it challenging for investors and stakeholders to identify a market bottom is that the signs of rebirth can be invisible to the naked eye. And then you have deals like the one announced last week that whacks you like an ice cream migraine. Carlyle Group’s purchase of a majority stake in Booz […] More
Talk about a meteoric rise. In 2006, David Ehrhardt came to Apptix, a Herndon-based company which provides hosted business communication services to small and mid-sized businesses, and took on the role of CFO. Less than two years later, he took on an even more challenging role, that of CEO. In the following Q&A, Ehrhardt talks […] More
A pioneer in the IT field, Linda Berdine has spent the past three decades connecting the government to innovative information solutions. Her company, G&B Solutions Inc., a leading Virginia-based information technology and management-consulting firm, has consistently ranked as one the fastest growing companies in the Washington, D.C. region. Now, with the recent sale of G&B […] More
Tiffanny Gates has come a long way since her early days as a signals intelligence officer with the Navy. In 2001, she started her own company, Emerging Technologies Group USA “” this at a time when there weren“™t many companies with critical skills in computer forensics and technical analysis serving the government or customers in […] More
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 for at least a few […] More
April 21-25 the SBA celebrated National Small Business Week with a series of events capped by a trip to the White House. Award winners from each state joined SBA sponsors, staff, and supporters along with the DC Area business community for this spectacular week of events celebrating small business. Of the many awards presented during […] More
Jack Hughes recently retired as CFO of Alion Science. Well, sort of. While Hughes officially stepped down from his position, he’s still supporting the company he has helped build up over the past five years. In the following Q&A, Hughes talks about what’s next on the horizon, and what other executives can learn from his […] More
For all its transformative potential, future adoption of Web 2.0 within the Federal government rests on the same business case requirements as any other product or service. And while enterprise wikis and secure video sharing applications are gaining converts in civilian, intelligence and defense organizations, decision makers in the upper echelons are still looking for […] More
Now five years old, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) elicits varied reactions among Federal agency decision makers and the contractor community. While some rightly argue there is ample room for improvement in terms of how well the directive is protecting the government’s information assets, there is also no questioning it has led to […] More
In 2006 Anteon, one of the area“™s largest government contractors, was sold to General Dynamics for $2.1 billion. The transaction marked the successful culmination of a stratospheric growth story for the Anteon management team, which had guided the contractor from a $100 million company to the $2 billion mark in a decade“™s time. While Anteon […] More
When Teresa Carlson, General Manager of Microsoft Federal Civilian Government and International Global Organizations, was asked to Chair the Fire and Ice Ball she jumped at the opportunity. Teresa was first introduced to the American Red Cross of the National Capital Area when she attended the 2007 Fire and Ice Ball as a guest of […] More
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