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Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar set to retire

Northrop Grumman has just announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Ronald Sugar, who’s been in his current role since 2003, will retire June 2010. Sugar will be replaced by Wesley Bush, 48, who joined the company in 1987 and currently serves as president and chief operating officer. Sugar is 61 …

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Top 10 Cyber Universities Named by The New New Internet

The New New Internet has published a list of the Top 10 Universities Preparing Future Cyber Security Professionals.  As the need for cybersecurity professionals swells, universities across the nation are helping to train the next generation of cyber professionals.  Each university on The New New Internet’s list is certified by …

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ExecutiveBiz’s first annual list: Top contracts execs to watch in government contracting

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 …

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Integral Systems Appoints H. Marshal Ward COO

Integral Systems has announced the appointment of Major General (Ret.) H. Marshal Ward, USAF as COO, effective August 31, 2009. Paul G. Casner, interim CEO of Integral Systems, said of Ward’s appointment: “We are pleased to welcome General Ward to our senior management team. He brings to Integral Systems significant operational expertise, comprehensive …

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Exclusive: Larry Prior on his new role at ManTech

It’s been a little over a month since Larry Prior was named president and COO of ManTech International Corporation, and it’s already clear which title he prefers. “I am first and foremost an operator,” says Prior. “The chief operating officer cares a lot about top line growth, taking care of …

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Google vs. Microsoft: Health IT

$20 Billion in UK healthcare IT spending for Google or Microsoft? In the UK,  Conservative Party leader David Cameron has made it clear that he wants to scrap the Labour Party government’s “centrally determined and unresponsive” plan for a $20 billion national health data network, in favor of Google Health …

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SAIC names Walt Havenstein CEO

It’s official: Walt Havenstein has been named CEO of SAIC, the scientific, engineering, and technology applications company with 45,000 employees. Havenstein will become CEO on September 21. He will also become member of SAIC’s board of directors. Havenstein most recently served as chief operating officer and member of the board …

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Walt Havenstein: What’s Next?

BAE Systems, Inc. announced Walt Havenstein’s resignation as CEO and Chairman of the Board today.  His resignation takes effect Friday the 26th of June and begs the question: what’s next for Walt Havenstein?  According to the Wall Street Journal, he will take the helm of defense contractor SAIC as CEO. …

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Executive Profile: Walt Havenstein of SAIC

Walter P. (Walt) Havenstein is CEO of Science Applications International Corporation. Previously, he served as president and CEO of BAE Systems Inc., the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, and as a board member of BAE Systems plc. effective June 26.  Bill Hoover of AMERICAN Systems had this to say of …

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Larry Prior named ManTech President and COO

We called him a Beltway Game Changer to watch. Now, this just in: Larry Prior, who has served as chief operating officer of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) since October 2007, has just accepted the position of president and COO of ManTech International Corporation. The news was announced this morning …

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