Tag Archives: National Contract Management Association

SAIC’s Kim Rupert Named to 2018 ‘Women Who Mean Business’ List; Steve Mahon Quoted

Kim Rupert, chief risk officer at Science Applications International Corp., has been included in the Washington Business Journal’s 15th annual list of top 25 influential businesswomen in the Washington, D.C., metro area. The journal received approximately 400 nominations for the 2018 Women Who Mean Business list that recognizes women for …

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TAPE SVP Ted Harrison Joins National Contract Management Association’s Standards Group

Theodore “Ted” Harrison, senior vice president of innovation learning at Technical and Project Engineering, has been appointed to the inaugural standards consensus body of the National Contract Management Association. He will work with other SCB members in efforts to develop contract management practices and requirements in support of NCMA’s initiatives as …

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Altamira Receives NCMA Award for Support on Contract Personnel’s Certification

Altamira has received a a Certification Support Award from the National Contract Management Association in recognition of the company’s efforts to support its employees in acquiring NCMA certifications. NCMA presented the award in Chicago during the World Congress 2017, the company announced Tuesday. “Our commitment to supporting the educational advancement of procurement and acquisition …

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LexisNexis’ Suzanne Charleston Named to FedHealthIT’s Top 100 Influencers List

Suzanne Charleston, a senior business development executive at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, is included on FedHealthIT magazine’s list of 100 top influencers in the federal health information technology sector. Haywood Talcove, CEO of government business at LexisNexis, said in a statement released Tuesday the 2017 FedHealthIT 100 award reaffirms Charleston’s knowledge about strategic programs, …

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Bill Birkhofer on Jacobs’ Support for US Space Program & Cyber-Physical Infrastructure Convergence

Bill Birkhofer leads the aerospace and defense portfolios of Jacobs Engineering Group as a senior vice president with additional responsibilities over the Pasadena, Calif.-based contractor’s global infrastructure and telecommunications The two-time inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 group holds four decades of experience in the engineering and construction fields and participates in GovCon …

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CACI’s Jack London: Character, Integrity Keys in Contract Mgmt Operations

Jack London, CACI International‘s executive chairman and chairman of the board of directors, said during a keynote speech Wednesday at a National Contract Management Association event that ethical practices are fundamental to the government contracting process. “Trust, confidence, and integrity are what drive successful contract management … and they are …

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Executive Profile: Linda Asher, Booz Allen Corporate Director of Contracts

Linda Asher serves as corporate director of contracts at Booz Allen Hamilton and offers acquisition lifecycle support to defense clients. Her work includes strategic planning, market and acquisition analysis, client relationship management, contract execution and risk mitigation. She joined the firm in 2005 after a stint as deputy director of operations for Mnemonics, where she provided business …

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Northrop’s Wes Bush: Decision-Making Flexibility Needed to Bring Gov’t Contracting Efficiency

Wes Bush, chief executive officer of Northrop Grumman, urges the government to allow federal contracting personnel flexibility in making procurement decisions to achieve efficiency, The Washington Post reported Sunday. Bush spoke at the recent National Contract Management Association World Congress about the need to practice a flexible acquisitions approach amid the government’s tendency …

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Northrop CEO Wes Bush: Gov’t Acquisition Leaders Need Flexibility, Efficiency in Buying

Northrop Grumman CEO Wes Bush has urged acquisition officials to be more open to new ways of completing mission tasks, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. Amrita Jayakumar writes that Bush believes public procurement professionals should have flexibility in a domain where they are asked to do more with less. “The predicate of …

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