Latest stories

  • Details of SAIC CEO Walt Havenstein's NVTC Appearance - top government contractors - best government contracting event
    in ,

    Details of SAIC CEO Walt Havenstein’s NVTC Appearance

    The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) announced that Walt Havenstein, CEO of SAIC (NYSE: SAI), will kick off the organization’s signature Titans series for the 2010-2011 year. According to the NVTC, “Havenstein will discuss SAIC’s recent headquarters relocation to Virginia as well as the changing dynamics and growth opportunities in today’s government contracting market. In […] More

  • CFO Spotlight: Serco's Richard Galanis - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    CFO Spotlight: Serco’s Richard Galanis

    Richard “Dick“ Galanis is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Serco Inc., the $1.3 billion professional, technology, and management services company headquartered in Reston, Virginia.  He joined Serco in 2008 after 6 years as CFO of General Dynamics' Advanced Information Systems unit.  During his less than two years at Serco, he supervised the […] More

  • Washington Post's "The Download" Emerges From "The Down Low" - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Washington Post’s “The Download” Emerges From “The Down Low”

    Several years into writing Washington Post’s “The Download” column, Shannon Henry published an entry in December of 2004 that queried local technology players on what trends might emerge during the coming year. More specifically, Henry addressed how, depending on the prevailing economic and entrepreneurial climate, the region’s tech identity wavered between that of a government […] More

  • Surprise Washington, DC...You're Having Twins! - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Surprise Washington, DC…You’re Having Twins!

    Whether the Greater Washington technology community likes it or not, it has twins. Two distinct – and often siloed – communities that split along generational, cultural and operational lines. On one side, you have the young, vibrant social media entrepreneurs focused on disruptive solutions to break through the Web 2.0 scene. Then, there is another […] More

ExecutiveBiz Logo

Receive Daily News Briefing And Event Updates Straight to Your Inbox