In it, we’ve taken a market-leading look at C4ISR, where the government is employing private sector technologies that are accelerating the next-generation of turning intelligence into action.
For applications at home and on the battlefield, we’ve poured over how the essential executives, companies, and government bodies are driving a new era of American industry and government collaboration.
For the GovCon exec, it is a must read.
The culmination of our second full year of publishing, we are continuing to look forward at what’s next in GovCon, with the insight of the decision makers who will drive the industry leading our coverage.
The issue also covers how government contractors are positioning themselves to improve our nation’s ailing infrastructure and lay down the foundations for generations of economic activity.
We’ve reached out all across the industry to find out how contractors are re-imagining infrastructure with new designs and new models, beginning with future investment strategies that will align leaders and stakeholders.
Our feature interview with QinetiQ North America CEO Duane Andrews gives an inside look at an industry pioneer who has driven federal revenue increases of considerable multiples at SAIC Inc. and now QinetiQ NA.
Our consistent focus on the private sector and government executives who make the moves continues with our annual “People to Watch in 2012” and a FedTech Soundoff section that has an over-the-horizon view of biometrics, measuring cloud performance and responding to cybersecurity breaches.