Horacio Rozanski to Succeed Ralph Shrader as Booz Allen CEO

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Horacio Rozanski Horacio Rozanski, president and chief operating officer at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), will succeed the retiring Ralph Shrader as chief executive of the McLean, Va.-based consulting firm on Jan. 1, 2015. Shrader, a 40-year company veteran, will keep his role as chairman of the board of directors after he officially retires from the CEO role on Dec. 31 of this year, Booz Allen...

Bechtel-Led Consortium Takes Mgmt Responsibility for Y-12, Pantex National Security Sites

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A Bechtel-led team has taken over the responsibility for the management and operations of two national security facilities in Tennessee and Texas under a potential 10-year contract with the National Nuclear Security Administration. Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC will oversee the operations of the Oak Ridge, Tennessee-based Y-12 National Security Complex and the Amarillo, Texas-based Pantex Plant,...

Doug Lane Joins Capgemini Government Solutions as CEO; Tim Bridges Comments

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Doug Lane, a 30-year consulting and information technology veteran, has joined Capgemini Government Solutions LLC as CEO. Lane will report directly to Capgemini U.S. LLC CEO Tim Bridges and be responsible for the Capgemini subsidiary’s strategic direction and service delivery to federal, state and local government clients, Capgemini said Tuesday. Bridges said Lane will work to assist Capgemini’s...

Carl Salzano: Mentorship & Trust Critical as Booz Allen Works to Help Wounded Warriors Transition into Civilian Life, Careers

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Carl Salzano In 2010, Booz Allen Hamilton senior vice president Carl Salzano brought together leaders from across the company to establish a strategic framework, organization and structure for employee-led volunteer veteran activities. “We weren’t going to interfere with letting a thousand flowers bloom, but we wanted to bring a strategic focus to these efforts, and as an institution, we...

Mark Owen, Former Air Force 1-Star General, Named Civergy CEO; Mark Gray Comments

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Mark Owen Mark Owen, a retired U.S. Air Force brigadier general and formerly an executive vice president at Civergy, has been appointed CEO of the Landover, Md.-based contractor. The former U.S. Strategic Command policy and plans director and led work to integrate New West Technologies into Civergy following the latter company’s acquisition of New West in January, Civergy said Tuesday. He...

Ralph Shrader Says Booz Allen Will Continue to Evolve as it Pursues Growth

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Ralph Shrader Booz Allen Hamilton leader Ralph Shrader has held the chief executive role at the Tysons Corner, Va.-based government services provider since 1999, and has overseen several important changes at the firm, including the separation of its government and commercial businesses and its transition into a public company. Marjorie Censer of the Washington Post reports that Shrader believes Booz...

Booz Allen VP Allan Steinhardt Tapped as Company Fellow, to Serve R&D Clients Across Markets

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Allan Steinhardt Allan Steinhardt, a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has been named a Booz Allen Fellow for his thought leadership work in the field of defense. Steinhardt leads a group of science, engineering and math professionals that work with the Office of the Secretary of Defense on prototyping and technology roadmaps, Booz Allen said Thursday. The team also analyzes portfolios...

Booz Allen Unveils New Approach to Address Reform; Angela Zutavern Comments

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Booz Allen Hamilton has rolled out a program designed to help enterprises deal with what Angela Zutavern, vice president and Strategic Innovation Group  leader, terms as the “new normal” of constant change associated with reforms and compliance. The Reform service includes strategies intended to provide guidance on how to implement the required changes while still keeping sight of agency missions...

Booz Allen to Continue Support for DHS Cyber Breach Simulation Program

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Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has received a 0,000 contract to continue supporting a Department of Homeland Security-sponsored cyber attack preparedness exercise, Nextgov reported Thursday. Aliya Sternstein writes that Booz Allen supports the DHS’ Cyber Storm drill, which aims to evaluate the nation’s response capabilities in the event of a large-scale system attack. Work under the follow-on...

Army Selects 5 Companies to R&D Engineering Integration Systems

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U.S. Army photo Five companies have been selected to compete on a three-year, $9.9 million contract with the U.S. Army for research and development work on engineering integration systems. Six bids were received by the Army for the firm-fixed-price contract and the branch will determine funding and work location with each order, the Defense Department said Tuesday. Contract work will support the branch’s...