Tag Archives: Stan Sloane

SRA Appoints Jeffrey Rydant to National Security Sector VP

SRA International, Inc. (NYSE: SRX), appointed Jeffrey Rydant to senior vice president of the National Security Sector, where he will report to SRA CEO and President Stan Sloane. Rydant will work to design, develop, implement and operate mission-oriented systems for clients in a variety of government organizations. He joined SRA …

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SRA Leadership Comments on Financial Report

SRA International (NYSE: SRX) rolled out operating results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2011, ending Sept. 30, 2010. According to the firm, “revenue for the quarter was $423.9 million, up 1.7 percent from $416.7 million in the September 2009 quarter, driven by the recent acquisitions of PQA and …

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SRA Goes Platinum with New Acquisition

In a $90 million deal, SRA International has acquired Platinum Solutions, a systems integrator and software company specializing in government clients, including intelligence, national security and civil service. SRA hopes to use the new capabilities to expand its mission systems capabilities and benefit from Platinum’s IT solution delivery model. SRA …

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Thursday Transactions

This week, SRA International, Inc.  agreed to acquire Sentech, a move CEO and President Stan Sloane called a “complementary fit as we continue to enhance our strong presence in the environmental and energy markets.” And Daon and DieBold signed a value-added reseller agreement, which entails Diebold’s reselling Daon’s biometrics and …

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Stan Sloane’s SRA Has Deal to Purchase Sentech

SRA (NYSE: SRX) has announced an intention to purchase Sentech, “an energy management consulting company with expertise in renewable energy, distributed generation, energy efficiency and advanced transportation technologies.” Based in Bethesda Md., the firm works with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) community and handles, among other things, projects for …

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Government Contractors to the Rescue

Government contracting is an industry often times maligned by critics for perceived violations of business ethics. Often portrayed by detractors as faceless, menacing entities concerned with the bottom line first and moral code last, the good deeds of numerous contractors go unnoticed by just about everybody. When January’s catastrophic earthquake …

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SRA International Raises over $132,000 for Haiti

SRA International, Inc. has raised more than $132,000 for Haiti relief efforts through its program SRA CARES. Following the Jan. 12th earthquake, SRA employees donated more than $66K to non-profit organizations as part of the SRA HOPE for Haiti campaign. Together with a $66K matching donation from SRA, Project HOPE …

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10 Questions for SRA’s Stan Sloane

The new year marks a significant chapter for Stan Sloane: It’s his third year as CEO of SRA International. In the spirit of 2010, ExecutiveBiz recently brought 10 questions to Sloane. In a candid exchange, Sloane offers his take on top industry challenges —  everything from insourcing to organizational conflict of …

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Top 10 Predictions for government contracting in 2010

By now you’ve had your fill of top 10 lists for 2010. But this is one list you don’t want to miss. What will 2010 hold for Government Contracting? What shape will collaboration take between industry and government in addressing the tough issues of the day? ExecutiveBiz brought that question …

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