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  • Matthew Schmitz Joins Dynetics as Technical Services Business VP - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Matthew Schmitz Joins Dynetics as Technical Services Business VP

    Matthew Schmitz, formerly a vice president at Huntsville, Alabama-based engineering and program management services provider Intrepid, has been named VP of the technical services business at Dynetics. Dynetics said April 10 Schmitz will oversee the unit’s business development strategy and enterprise growth initiatives in his new position. Schmitz has almost 20 years of business development and operations management experience at multiple […] More

  • Steve Ballmer to Buy Los Angeles Clippers for $2B - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Steve Ballmer to Buy Los Angeles Clippers for $2B

    Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has agreed to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers from the Sterling family trust for $2 billion, ESPN reported Friday. Shelly Sterling, sole trustee of the Sterling family trust, inked the sale agreement with Ballmer on Thursday, according to the report. “We have worked for 33 years to build the Clippers […] More

  • Intelligent Decisions, Dell Team with Wizards to Honor Troops - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Intelligent Decisions, Dell Team with Wizards to Honor Troops

    Intelligent Decisions and Dell are teaming with the Washington Wizards for the NBA team’s Second Annual Military Appreciation Night. Military members and their families will be recognized Monday, Feb. 28th when the Wizards play the Chicago Bulls at Verizon Center. According to Intelligent Decisions, “This event is designed to recognize the tremendous sacrifice that the […] More

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    NBA Star Accused of 'Hacking' Phone, Voicemail of Former Employee

    Basketball star-turned-one-time-rapper Shaquille O’Neal has been accused of hacking the phone of a former employee and lover as well as destroying evidence by throwing a laptop into a lake–all of which the NBA star denies. Shawn Darling, who worked as a personal computer consultant for O'Neal from 2007 to 2009, claims O'Neal hacked into his […] More

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