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George Schindler, president of CGI Federal

As president of CGI Federal, George Schindler leads a team that leverages market-leading services and offerings into a managed services model in conjunction with federal government partners. The results speak for themselves; CGI is tracking to double digit growth for this fiscal year. But Schindler has even bigger plans for …

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Washington Technology Magazine Lets You Be Editor

Some of you might recall when Time Magazine named YOU as their person of the year for 2006. My brother was applying for jobs at the time, and I suggested (partly in jest) that he should add to the resume that he was named Time’s person of the year for …

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Time to enter the blogosphere?

If you’ve got clients in the federal space, a Federal Computer Week piece, Government enters the blogosphere, should offer plenty of food for thought. The piece highlights a few benefits of the government opening up to the public through blogs. One of the main advantages: Greater transparency. “Strong reactions to …

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Tom Campbell’s winning vision

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 …

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The big deal about the Carlyle-Booz “Big Deal”

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 …

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Ken Bajaj’s Poolside Fundraiser for CPE a Splash

On Saturday, May 10, after the gray clouds had cleared and rain disappeared, Capital Partners for Education, local business leaders and students from the mentoring program gathered for an intimate, private fundraising dinner featuring the culinary cuisine of an award-winning chef, Michel Richard of Citronelle. The event, dubbed “Visions for …

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HP Acquisition Of EDS May Point To “Cloudy” Future

Over the past 12-18 months, Cloud computing has been increasingly shifted from the ether to ground level and become a powerful – yet practical – computing alternative for organizations across all sectors. And while much of the cloud computing buzz to date has revolved around Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Hewlett-Packard’s announced $13.9 …

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