Tag Archives: civilian

Thomas Afferton: Northrop to Help Update State Department’s Consular Systems Under $850M IDIQ

Thomas Afferton, vice president of civil solutions at Northrop Grumman, has said the company will help update legacy systems at the State Department‘s Bureau of Consular Affairs through a potential 10-year, $850 million contract. “We look forward to drawing on our deep experience in modernizing systems for defense, intel and civilian customers …

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John Borghard on CA Technologies’ Rally Software Buy & Cloud Priorities at Agencies

John Borghard leads all public sector activities for global software company CA Technologies in the U.S. federal, state and local government markets along with those in Canada. Borghard has held the role of senior vice president for public sector sales since April 2013 and is responsible for CA’s push into technology areas such as cloud …

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Dell EMC’s Cameron Chehreh on Federal IT Trends to Watch in 2017 & Cyber’s Info Mgmt Aspects

Work to implement the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act along with continued digital transformation, cloud computing and data analytics initiatives at agencies were among several topics that led the federal IT landscape in 2016. The federal and commercial technology market landscape also shifted this year as the former Dell Inc. closed …

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Howard Steinman on A.T. Kearney’s Cyber Partnership With American University and Industry-Govt Partnerships

Howard Steinman serves as a partner and leader for the Americas region public sector practice at A.T. Kearney out of the global consulting and professional services firm’s Washington, D.C. office. The Center for Strategic and International Studies recognizes Steinman as a subject matter expert in the field of homeland security and …

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Mark Scallion on SAP Public Services’ Analytics Work With Civilian Agencies, How Agencies Can ‘Re-Imagine’ IT

Mark Scallion leads the federal civilian business as a vice president for SAP Public Services, a subsidiary of the global technology services conglomerate that focuses on work with government agencies in areas such as electronic government and shared services. A two-decade industry veteran, Scallion led SAP Public Services’ Defense Department organization for three years prior …

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Kimberly Admire: SAIC, Korn Ferry to Hold Development Program for Vets Transitioning into Civilian Careers

Science Applications International Corporation and The Hay Group division of Korn Ferry will hold the ninth cohort of its Leveraging Military Leadership Program that works to help veterans transition into civilian careers. LMLP is a three-month program led by SAIC and Hay Group professionals that includes coaching, instruction, group exercises lectures and online, remote …

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Diane Murray on Her Agenda for Deloitte’s Federal Civilian Sector; Data Mgmt & Biz Intell Trends at Agencies

Diane Murray transitioned into the role of federal civilian sector leader at consulting services contractor Deloitte earlier this year as the next step in her respective 18-year information technology and professional consulting careers. The firm also cited Murray’s background in areas such as IT governance and program management, business intelligence and data management upon the announcement …

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Dan Helfrich, Future Deloitte Federal Lead, on Federal Workforce Initiatives & Shared Services Trends

Workforce transformation and human capital initiatives are two federal workforce-related areas that will garner greater attention from agencies as they seek to further engage employees in the public sector, the incoming leader of Deloitte‘s federal practice has told ExecutiveBiz. Dan Helfrich, whose appointment takes effect Jan. 1, also singled out to …

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Tony Smeraglinolo, John Hynes on Engility’s Post-TASC Deal Outlook & GovCon Services Consolidation

The government services market started to get a glimpse of what would eventually become an ongoing landscape shift in October 2014 when Engility Holdings announced its $1.3 billion acquisition of fellow Chantilly, Va.-based contractor TASC, a deal which closed in February 2015. Since the TASC deal was announced, companies in …

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Sutherland Global Rolls Out Public Sector Arm, Teresa Weipert on Civilian Agency Focus

Rochester, N.Y.-based business process outsourcing and technology management services provider Sutherland Global Services will formally unveil a new unit in September that will focus on work with federal and other public sector agencies. Sutherland Government Solutions is headquartered in Reston, Va. and aims to incorporate the parent company’s practices for call center management, BPO and analytics functions at government …

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Tom Callahan on SafeNet Assured Technologies’ Launch, Future of Cross Domain Tech

Netherlands-based digital security firm Gemalto closed its $890 million purchase of SafeNet in January of this year and shortly afterward officially launched a new subsidiary focused on the U.S. federal market — SafeNet Assured Technologies. Tom Callahan, vice president of sales at SafeNet AT, led SafeNet’s federal sales team as its VP prior …

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