Keith Trippie on His New Business Ventures and Transforming Federal IT with Commercial Models

Keith Trippie Former top Department of Homeland Security official Keith Trippie, who recently rejoined the private sector after more than 10 years with DHS, has embarked on two entrepreneurial business ventures that will be active in the federal and commercial technology spaces, Trippie told GovCon Wire in an interview. Trippie is currently establishing the Trippie Group LLC, a consulting firm that...

Tor Opsahl, 30-Year Federal Market Vet, Appointed CCSi COO

Dr. Tor Opsahl, who joined Creative Computing Solutions Inc. in 2008 and an executive vice president, has been promoted to EVP and chief operating officer at the Rockville, Md.-based federal engineering services contractor. He has focused on business development and long-term growth as an EVP and helped lead the company to win spots on three contract vehicles with the departments of Homeland Security...

Stu Fleagle: Carpathia Forms Federal Advisory Team of Former Gov’t Leaders

Stu Fleagle Carpathia Hosting has formed a federal advisory group comprising of former government leaders and company executives who will work to help the company address cloud computing security and compliance requirements. The Federal Advisory Council will hold regular meetings to discuss federal trends and develop strategies on how to customize Carpathia’s cloud platform based on the demands...

George Pedersen: ManTech Targets DHS Growth With Allied Technology Group Purchase

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George Pedersen ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) has acquired engineering and information management services contractor Allied Technology Group for an undisclosed amount. Rockville, Md-based Allied Technology holds positions on two Department of Homeland Security acquisition vehicles that are worth up to $33 billion combined for all awardees, ManTech said Wednesday. “This acquisition is...

Steve Cooper, FAA and DHS Vet, Joins DMI as Strategic Programs VP

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Steve Cooper Steve Cooper, who formerly held chief information officer roles at the Federal Aviation Administration and Department of Homeland Security, has joined mobile and big data technology contractor Digital Management Inc. as vice president of strategic programs. The 30-year information technology veteran was the first chief information officer in DHS during his public sector career and led...

Richard Spires Joins Resilient Network Systems as CEO

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Richard Spires Richard Spires, formerly chief information officer at the Department of Homeland Security for nearly three-and-a-half years, has joined San Francisco-based Internet security company Resilient Network Systems as CEO. He will also join the company’s board of directors and founder Jonathan Hare has been appointed executive chairman, Resilient Network Systems said Friday. Spires is...

RSA’s Mike Brown on Information Sharing, Cloud and Big Data’s Role in Protecting Against Cyber Threats

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Mike Brown, the retired Navy rear admiral and current vice president and general manager of RSA‘s global public  sector, recently caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss how RSA, the security arm of EMC, is working to fend offOffice Forms Facilitator the next generation of cyber threats. The more-than-30-year military veteran says he takes a cloud, data and trust-centric approach to federal contracting,...

Debra Tomchek Joins ICF in VP Post; Jeffrey Neal Comments

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Debra Tomchek, formerly executive director of the Department of Homeland Security‘s chief human capital office, has joined ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) as a vice president. The 15-year federal senior executive veteran led DHS to develop and implement a department-wide program on how to plan a multi-sector workforce that works to address mission risks, ICF said Tuesday. Tomchek joins the...

HP Wins $103M to Help DHS Operate ID Mgmt System

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HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) has won a potential 10-year, $103 million contract to help the Department of Homeland Security implement an identity management system, FCW reported Monday. Mark Rockwell writes the company will be responsible for the system’s technological infrastructure, which will include 400 enrollment and IDIndefinite Delivery/ Indirect Rate/ Identification issuance workstations...

DHS Adds 30 Businesses to $22B EAGLE II Vehicle

The Department of Homeland Security has selected 30 businesses to develop, implement and maintain technology for DHS mission and business functions under the department’s seven-year, $22 billion Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II contract vehicle. Fifteen businesses won positions under the unrestricted track of EAGLE II functional category one and the other 15 won...

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