Tag Archives: human resource

Booz Allen’s Sarah St. Clair on Lessons Learned From HR Tech Upgrade Project

Sarah St. Clair, vice president responsible for human resource services at Booz Allen Hamilton, told Diginomica in an interview published Tuesday about the company’s experiences and efforts to address challenges associated with upgrading its HR technology system. St. Clair discussed Booz Allen’s move to execute the Workday project to manage recruitment operations and mentioned some of the actions the company made to mitigate negative impacts associated with project implementation.

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OPM Seeks HR Program Mgmt, Technical Support

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has begun its search for potential sources of human resource program management and technical support services from the small business community. OPM said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Sunday it seeks a contractor to support strategy and governance; modernization and transformation; enterprise architecture; performance assessment and improvement; …

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CGI Nabs Potential $66M Contract From Colorado State to Update Payroll Systems

CGI has secured a potential 20-year, $66.2 million contract from the Colorado government to update payroll systems across 21 state agencies and departments in support of efforts to overhaul the existing enterprise resource planning system. The company said Wednesday it will offer information technology services to transform manual payroll processes …

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Steven Rodgers, Aicha Evans, Leslie Culbertson Promoted at Intel

Intel‘s board of directors has promoted Steven Rodgers, Aicha Evans and Leslie Culbertson to new corporate leadership roles. Rodgers, formerly a senior vice president, elevated to executive VP role and will continue to serve as general counsel of Intel, the company said Monday. Evans, general manager for the communication and devices group, transitioned from her additional …

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Kay Gray Promoted to Dynetics HR Director; Greg Lester Comments

Kay Gray, formerly director of human resources at Dynetics‘ technical services subsidiary, has been promoted as HR director of the Huntsville, Alabama-based government services contractor. Dynetics said Wednesday Gray will oversee recruitment, benefits and systems and compensation functions as well as support corporate growth and strategy development efforts in her new position. The more than …

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AINS to Offer USDA HR Applications Under $92M BPA

The Agriculture Department will purchase AINS-developed employee relations and labor relations applications under a five-year, $92 million blanket purchase agreement USDA uses to acquire non-core human resource tools for the agency’s National Finance Center systems. AINS said Tuesday the company will offer the eCase HR ER/LR applications to all federal government agencies under the agreement and …

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Executive Profile: Sarah St. Clair, People Services VP at Booz Allen Hamilton

Sarah St. Clair serves as vice president of people services at Booz Allen Hamilton. She has been with the company for more than two decades and oversees talent strategy development, change management, staff training, career development model creation, communications, executive recruitment and other human resource management functions. Before Booz Allen, St. …

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Ingenicomm to Help NASA Plan, Coordinate Events

Ingenicomm has been awarded a five-year, $10 million contract to assist in NASA‘s program to plan and coordinate events. The company will supply materials and human resources to arrange NASA conferences, peer reviews, colloquia, symposia and workshops, NASA said Wednesday. Ingenicomm will also develop and maintain an attendee’s registration information …

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Huntington Ingalls’ Karen Velkey Promoted to Benefits, Compensation Corporate VP

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Karen Velkey, formerly director of corporate compensation at Huntington Ingalls Industries, has been promoted to corporate VP of benefits and compensation. She will report directly to Chief Human Resources Officer and Corporate VP Bill Ermatinger and oversee the company’s executive compensation, salary and wage administration, deferred compensation, health and welfare …

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Raytheon’s David Wajsgras: Cyber Skills Gap Affects Contractors

David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services business, has said many government contractors are suffering a similar shortage in cyber talent that agencies have, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Wajsgras told the Post neither government nor industry are “collectively” attracting enough talent in the cyber field, Joe Davidson reports. The Post cited a Government …

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Bob Fecteau: Employee Collaboration Key to SAIC’s IT Workforce

Bob Fecteau, chief information officer of Science Applications International Corp., has discussed the company’s method to further build up its information technology team in an interview with Forbes published Tuesday. Fecteau told Forbes’ Peter High that SAIC first established a set of principles to promote collaboration and sharing within the IT workforce. “One …

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Executive Profile: Chris Braccio, HR VP at American Systems

Chris Braccio serves as vice president for human resources at American Systems, with responsibility for the alignment of human talent with the company’s overall strategy. Braccio oversees American Systems’ talent management, compensation, benefits, HR information systems, community affairs and charitable programs. She also serves on American Systems’ ethics and employee stock ownership plan …

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Patricia Lewis Outlines Lockheed’s Strategy to Attract, Retain Cyber Workers

Patricia Lewis, Lockheed Martin’s senior vice president of human resources, has discussed the company’s strategy to recruit and retain its cyber personnel, the Washington Business Journal reported Thursday. Lewis told the Business Journal’s Jill Aitoro that Lockheed has worked to cyber talent from universities, offer retention pay and salaries based on market standards …

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