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Oracle Launches Cloud-Based App for Land Management; Mark Johnson Quoted

Oracle has unveiled a cloud-based application designed to help local and state government agencies facilitate land management and the processing of building permits and inspections. Oracle Public Sector Community Development is a subscription software-as-a-service app that works to upgrade the regulatory and compliance processes for building infrastructure and land use, …

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SAIC Adds Investment Vet Mark Johnson to Board

Mark Johnson, co-founder and managing partner at private equity firm Astra Capital Management, has joined the board of directors of Science Applications International Corp. The 22-year investment veteran will be a member of the audit committee and his appointment brings the number of the company’s board members to nine, SAIC said Monday. Edward Sandersonm, SAIC chairman, …

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Oracle-SRA Team Updates Coast Guard’s HR, Payroll Mgmt Systems; Mark Johnson Comments

Oracle and SRA International have collaborated to help the U.S. Coast Guard implement a single enterprise-wide infrastructure for managing human resource and payroll functions. The Direct Access system is built to run Oracle’s PeopleSoft Global Payroll software and consolidates multiple applications used by the Coast Guard, the Public Health Service …

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Pentagon, Defense Industry Continues 3D Printing Adoption; Adm. James Winnefeld, Mark Johnson Comment

The  defense industry continues to adopt the use of three-dimensional printing in order to build military equipment parts, Defense One reported Monday. Marcus Weisgerber writes Lockheed Martin builds tools for the F-35 fighter jet with 30 printers. Lockheed’s Mark Johnson told the publication the company uses 3D-printed tools to develop bracket locators and drill templates …

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Mark Johnson: Oracle Expands Cloud SaaS Offerings for Federal Clients

Oracle has introduced three software-as-a-service platforms for U.S. federal agencies to manage human resources, sales, accounting and other enterprise functions in the cloud. The Oracle Government Cloud suite is designed to help agencies meet the U.S. government’s “First Cloud” policy and now includes Human Capital Management Cloud, Sales Cloud and …

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Oracle Introduces Solution for Health Insurance Exhanges; SVP of Oracle Public Sector Mark Johnson Comments

  Oracle has today announced its solution for health insurance exchanges that provides state governments with the functionality and services required to help ensure health insurance exchange success. The solution consists of multiple Oracle applications and technology solutions. As part of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, states …

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Oracle Scores Highest Rating for Local Goverment CRM Products

Oracle was given a “’strong positive,’ ranking in Gartner, Inc.’s analysis “MarketScope for Local Government CRM Products.” According to Oracle, “the report compares the offerings of nine providers of CRM commercial off-the-shelf software for local government agencies. It helps local government chief information officers (CIOs) and enterprise architects, as well …

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Department of Energy to Deploy Oracle Technology

The Department of Energy has chosen Oracle software in its deployment of an integrated reporting system that will manage some of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding that doubled its annual budget to nearly $44 billion. Software being deployed includes Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Financials, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise Human …

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Aneesh Chopra named Federal CTO

Aneesh Chopra has been named the nation’s first chief technology officer. The news was announced Saturday during President Obama’s weekly address. As federal CTO, Chopra will work alongside Jeffrey Zients, the new chief performance officer, and Federal CIO Vivek Kundra, who’s responsible for setting technology policy across the government. Since …

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ExecutiveBiz Selects Top Ten “Beltway Game Changers”

Earlier this month ExecutiveBiz highlighted ten area executives in relatively new roles who we expect to be firmly placed in the 2008 spotlight. Perhaps these executives can take their cue from another set of leaders who have grown quite accustomed to being in the middle of the action. ExecutiveBiz’s “Beltway …

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