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Barbara Humpton Highlights Renewables Focus for Siemens Government Technologies

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Barbara Humpton

TYSONS CORNER, VA June 11, 2015 — Barbara Humpton, senior vice president and chief operating officer at Siemens Government Technologies, recently updated ExecutiveBiz on the German company’s focus on pushing renewable, secure energy technologies to federal clients.

“Looking at the federal government’s overall strategy to increase sustainability, reduce greenhouse gases and improve the use of renewables, we see a great opportunity for Siemens to bring our technologies to the table and help the government meet these challenges, ” Humpton, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2015, told EBiz in an interview published Tuesday.

“The Army has been one of the most proactive federal agencies in addressing this challenge. It has established several types of contracts that industry can use.”

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