Leidos’ Roger Krone Reelected PSC Board Chair; David Berteau Quoted

Roger Krone Chairman and CEO Leidos

Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), has been reelected as chair of the board of directors at the Professional Services Council. “I look forward to serving in the chair capacity in 2021, working with other member companies to expand and strengthen our collective ability to reach decision makers, shape responses to ongoing challenges, and increase engagement with government agencies and other stakeholders," said Krone, a seven-time Wash100 winner.

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Anthony Robbins Receives Third Wash100 Award for Driving Innovation in AI, Data, RPA

Anthony Robbins Receives 2020 Wash100 Award From Jim Garrettson

Anthony Robbins, vice president of public sector at NVIDIA, received his third Wash100 Award for driving data use and innovation in artificial intelligence within federal agencies and across the federal sector. Executive Mosaic congratulates Anthony Robbins and NVIDIA on his third Wash100 Award. Robbins is one of the strongest advocates for artificial intelligence innovation in the federal market.

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Golden Key Group Secures $110M Contract for Commerce Dept HR Support Services

Golden Key Group

Reston, Virginia-based professional services firm Golden Key Group and its five teaming partners will provide managed human resource services to the Department of Commerce under a potential six-year, $110M contract. GKG partnered with IBM (NYSE: IBM), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), Lindholm & Associates, OBAN and ManpowerGroup to support the department's HR operations via the Personnel Action Request, Payroll, and Benefits Services contract.

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Former CIA Official Barbara Stevens Named CEO of SOSi’s Exovera Subsidiary

Barbara Stevens CEO Exovera

Barbara Stevens, former chief of data science at the CIA, has been appointed CEO of SOS International's Exovera subsidiary. “Dr. Stevens has more than three decades of experience building and leading complex data science programs for the U.S. Intelligence Community,” said Julian Setian, president and CEO of SOSi and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient. 

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Army Awards Five Spots on $838M Soldier Protection System Dev’t Contract

US Army

Five companies have won spots on a potential nine-year, $837.6M contract from the U.S. Army to supply personal protective equipment designed to help protect warfighters against ballistic threats. Army Contracting Command received 11 bids for the Soldier Protection System procurement vehicle.

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ArchIntel Releases Extended Competitive Intelligence Compendium

ArchIntel Competitive Intelligence Compendium

ArchIntel, a completely customized, human-intelligence powered daily briefing service, has released its latest compendium, “Know Your Competition” to expand the conversation and provide today’s business leaders with the first hand perspective of the competitive intelligence landscape through the eyes of its experts. Visit to read the full “Know Your Competition: A comprehensive compendium and insightful industry view through the eyes of executive CI experts” for yourself.

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KBR Wins Army Cargo Helicopter PMO Support Recompete; Byron Bright Quoted

Byron Bright President

KBR has received a five-year, $49 million task order to assist the U.S. Army's Cargo Helicopter Project Management Office in aircraft system acquisition and reliability improvement efforts. The company said Wednesday it aims to help the Army manage the availability and life cycle of the branch's CH-47 Chinooks.

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South Korea Plans $878M Maritime Helicopter Procurement via US Foreign Military Sales Program

MH-60R helicopters Lockheed Martin photo

South Korea's defense acquisition program administration expects to finalize an estimated $878M foreign military sales contract with the U.S. government to procure a dozen MH-60R Seahawk naval helicopters built by Lockheed Martin's (NYSE: LMT) Sikorsky subsidiary, Defense News reported Wednesday.

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