A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson
As part of the continuing rollout of our 2017 Wash100 class, this week we want to highlight a select group of executives who continually shape the government contracting arenaâs conversation and narrative.
Executive Mosaicâs editorial staff continues to post individual profiles on our fourth annualWash100 selections to highlight their contributions to the GovCon sector and this year has seen continued growth in stature and visibility across both industry and government.
This yearâs group includes four GovCon business leaders that our readers continually highlight to our editorial and organizational leadership team as those with staying power and influence in the arena, and thus have been selected for all four classes.
Leidos CEO Roger Krone and CACI CEO Ken Asbury were chosen for their respective leadership roles over the integration of large transactions that added significant scale to their companies.
SAIC CEO Tony Moraco has led the government services contractor since its September 2013 spinoff and 2016 in particular saw the company maintain profitability with three quarterly earnings reports that topped Wall Streetâs forecasts.
The Executive MosaicÂ GovCon IndexÂ (GCI) continued its strong performance gaining 0.115 percent, settingÂ another record mark of 108.585 with advancingÂ shares slightly outpacing declining 17 to 13. The markets continued their positive direction, once again reaching newÂ record highs as car manufacturing reported the best month of the year. The S&P500 was up 0.22 percent to 2,534.58,Â while the DJIA
The Executive MosaicÂ GovCon IndexÂ (GCI) continued its strong performance gaining 1.144 percent to set a new high of 108.47 with advancingÂ shares outpacing declining 28 to 2. The markets started off the fourth quarter on a strong note with all three major indices reaching newÂ record highs. The S&P500 was up 0.39 percent to 2,529.12,Â while the DJIA closed
All market indicators were down today. The Executive MosaicÂ GovCon IndexÂ (GCI) closed down almost one per cent after three consecutive days of gains. The Index was negative 0.981 per cent closing at 95.395. Twenty-nine of the thirty stocks that make up the Index closed down. All the major indices closed in the negative today. At the