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Weekly Roundup January 23 – January 27 2017: Meet Our 2017 Wash100 Inductee Class & more

Weekly Roundup

January 23 – January 27 2017

A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson

It is that time of year again: the time for Executive Mosaic to reveal the executives our editorial and organizational leadership see as the Most Influential Leaders and Voices in government contracting.

Our fourth annual Wash100 award selection officially was announced Thursday and helps to usher in a year that sees the GovCon market positioned to see an exciting year of opportunity.

This premier group represents a cross-section of leaders of consequence from both the public and private sectors that demonstrate achievement, vision and innovation for their company or agency.

We also inducted key thought leaders from the key academic, financial services and professional organizations that many GovCon executives look to as sounding boards on which direction to go.

Throughout the selection process, many of their executive peers contributed feedback and potential nominations for Executive Mosaic’s team to consider in discussions over this year’s class.

The year 2016 in GovCon featured numerous individual- and organizational-level successes that were criteria for the 2017 winners as we also forecast those positioned for a positive year.

We congratulate the executive leaders chosen for this year’s group of inductees, organizations they both lead and represent in the marketplace and finalists.

Click here to view the full list of notable GovCon leaders in the 2017 Wash100.

THIS WEEK’S TOP 10 GOVCON STORIES

Harris to Sell Govt IT Services Business to Veritas Capital for $690M
Military radio maker Harris announces the deal nearly three weeks after it completed the sale of its CapRock maritime business for $425 million.
L3 Unveils Leadership Changes as Company Moves to Split Electronic Systems Segment
New York City-based L3 will form new sensor systems segment as part of the realignment.
Booz Allen Completes Aquilent Purchase to Expand Digital Footprint
Aquilent adds new mobile, cloud and modular technology services offerings to Booz Allen through the transaction.
Octo Consulting Buys Aquilent’s SeaPort-e Business Unit
SeaPort-e acts as the U.S. Navy’s electronic platform to help purchase program management, engineering and financial management support services.
Joe Kopfman on AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ Market Strategies in Testing, Health IT & Human Capital Services
Kopfman also previews the company’s plans in the M&A and recruiting arenas as part of this wide-ranging conversation.
MITRE’s Roger Furr on Nonprofit Org’s Role as Government’s ‘Bridge’ to Commercial Sector
Furr charts his journey to MITRE and highlights efforts to identify and recruit contract professionals in this interview.
N&C Unveils IBM Watson-Based Regulatory Analytics Platform
Big Blue’s federal CTO Andras Szakal said the system is designed to help agencies handle structured and unstructured data.
BAE’s U.S. Arm Names 15-Year Vet Terry Crimmins Electronic Systems Sector Head
Tom Arseneault will return to his full-time role as chief operating officer for BAE Systems Inc.
Nelson Ford to Retire as LMI President & CEO
Ford has led the nonprofit government consulting firm for eight years and will stay in his role until a successor is appointment.
CSRA Redesigns Website, Launches New Tagline As Part of Rebranding Effort
“Think Next. Now.” aims to highlight CSRA’s position as a integrator of new technologies for agencies and place for talent.

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