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Jim Garrettson is the founder of Both Potomac Officers Club and ExecutiveBiz

Carleton Jones Leaves INDUS

Carleton Jones, President of INDUS Corp., has decided to step down following just over a year of leading the firm. “I have decided to leave my full-time position at INDUS to return to my previous situation as a consultant in the federal IT space serving on advisory boards and helping …

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Razorsight Sees 9th Consecutive Year of Growth

Razorsight Corporation announced record growth and revenues for the fiscal year ending in 2009. In the past 9 years, Razorsight has experienced continual growth, with the Analytics software revenue growing 37% during the global recession. Razorsight provides cloud computing profit analytic solutions for communications service providers. Charlie Thomas, CEO of …

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NISC Purchased by IBM

National Interest Security Company (NISC) has announced that it will be acquired by IBM.  NISC, headed by CEO Andy Maner, provides IT services and solutions to U.S. intelligence agencies and the Department of Defense.  Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Analysts estimate that D C Capital Partners, which had …

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Mike Fox Joins Eclat

Eclat has announced the hiring of Mike Fox as Vice President, Corporate Business Development and Chief Strategy Officer. “We are thrilled that Mike Fox is joining the Eclat team, ” said Eclat CEO Greg Baroni.  “His ability to identify future growth opportunities and lead major capture initiatives is second to …

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Mike Gaffney Confirmed as President of CSC’s Public Sector Civil and Health Services Group

On January 8, CSC confirmed our information that Mike Gaffney has been named president of the North American Public Sector Civil and Health Services Group. He will report to NPS president James Scheaffer. “With more than 25 years of experience in the federal IT market, Mike is an accomplished executive, …

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Northrop Grumman Announces HQ Move to D.C.

Northrop Grumman will relocate its headquarters from Los Angeles to the Washington, D.C. area by 2011. Northrop Grumman headquarters will now be in close proximity to key government customers, such as the Pentagon and the Central Intelligence Agency. The exact location of the new Northrop Grumman headquarters has yet to …

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Jim O’Neill Joins Board at NeuralIQ

Jim O’Neill  joined the board of NeuralIQ, a leading provider of intelligence to combat attacks in cyberspace, last month. O’Neill brings approximately 30 years of experience in the technology industry to his new position with NeuralIQ. O’Neill has held senior management positions with a variety of industry leaders including Northrop …

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OMB Report Claims $19 billion in Contracting Cost cuts

According to a recent report in the Washington Post, the Office of Management and Budget has found that federal agencies have cut close to $20 billion in contracting costs. In March 2009, President Obama instructed federal agencies to cut around $40 billion from contracting budgets over the next two years. …

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Early forecasts of reduced DoD spending may have been exaggerated

In a recent article, Dr. Loren B. Thompson of the Lexington Institute brought the idea of a drop in DoD spending into question. When the Obama Administration first took office, it appeared to many in the government contracting community that the government spending spree would be coming to a halt. …

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ExecutiveBiz Announces Top 20 People to Watch in 2010

ExecutiveBiz has announced its list of the Top 20 People People to Watch in 2010. Those named include: Roger Baker, Greg Baroni, Wes Bush, Aneesh Chopra, Mac Curtis Michele Flournoy, Patrick Gallagher, Dan Gordon, John Hamre, Walt Havenstein John Hillen, Linda Hudson, Vivek Kundra, Mike McConnell, Janet Napolitano Woody Parker, …

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