Tag Archives: acquisitions

David Mutryn to Succeed Richard Nadeau as Maximus CFO; Bruce Caswell Quoted

David Mutryn SVP of Finance Maximus

David Mutryn, senior vice president of finance at Maximus, will succeed Richard Nadeau as chief financial officer of the Reston, Virginia-based government services provider on Dec. 1. “[Nadeau's] valued leadership and partnership in driving the long-term strategic direction of Maximus have been critical as we continue our journey of digital transformation, clinical evolution, and market expansion," said Bruce Caswell, president and CEO of Maximus and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient. 

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Red Hat Acquires Codenvy

Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), a provider of open source solutions, announced Thursday that it signed a definitive agreement to acquire Codenvy, a provider of cloud-native tools that developers use to create modern container-based and cloud-native applications. Tools like Codenvy allow software engineers to spend less time on environment management, administration and other …

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Joe Ayers on The Future CSC-HPE’s Federal Footprint, Trends in Federal Healthcare IT & Big Data

Joe Ayers heads the federal enterprise group at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise as a vice president and is responsible for the organization’s work with partners, pursuit of cloud computing opportunities and work to provide agencies technology and related consulting services. The enterprise services segment of HPE is slated to merge into Computer Sciences …

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Bloomberg Government Team Predicts FY 2016 Reversal of Contract Spending Declines, M&A Reshaping to Continue

Total federal contract spending declined for the sixth consecutive year in the government’s 2016 fiscal year but the team of analysts at Bloomberg Government predict that negative trend to reverse in the current FY 2016. In its BGOV 200 study released Tuesday, Bloomberg Government said federal unclassified contract spend for fiscal year 2015 fell …

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Maximus Federal Lead Tom Romeo on Agencies’ Citizen Experience Commercialization Efforts, LPTA Use in IT Acquisitions

As head of Maximus‘ federal services business, Tom Romeo oversees an approximate $500 million portfolio of work for the federal government in areas such as health program support and business process services to agencies for the facilitation of a process the company calls the “Citizen Journey.” The company views the Citizen Journey as …

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LGS CEO Kevin Kelly on His Outlook for Commercial Tech in Gov’t, the Defense Industrial Base and GovCon’s M&A Picture

The April release of documents for a draft request for proposals on a future nationwide public safety communications network marked another step in the government’s push to further examine how it can make greater use of commercial technologies. Also in April, Defense Department announced its own move to explore the commercial sector’s offerings in April with the …

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Tom Lydon on Vistronix’s 2014 Acquisition Spree, ‘Agile Development’ in C4ISR

Tom Lydon joined Reston, Va.-based information technology contractor Vistronix in January 2013 as senior vice president of business development and brings almost 25 years of defense industry experience to the company. Vistronix announced three acquisitions in December 2014 — buys of ACG, ExaTech and Objective Solutions — and said the purchases were made to grow …

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HII Names Gerald Boyd VP for Business Dev’t at Stoller Newport News Nuclear

Gerald Boyd, vice president of southeast operations for Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Stoller Newport News Nuclear subsidiary, will elevate to the role of VP for business development at SN3. He will be managing acquisitions and partnerships as well as the company’s work with the departments of Energy and Defense and other federal and commercial customers, HII said Monday. “Gerald …

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Mike Alber on Engility’s 2014 Acquisition Moves and How Companies Should Tackle IPOs

In his role of chief financial officer at Engility, Mike Alber was one of the leaders that spearheaded the Chantilly, Va.-based services contractor’s $11.50-per-share purchase of Dynamics Research Corp. and pending $1.1 billion acquisition of TASC. As covered on GovCon Wire in December, the Federal Trade Commission has cleared the TASC buy and Engility …

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