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David Turner Named President and CEO of Hitachi Data Systems’ Federal Business

David Turner, formerly president of the applied technology and operational services group at Akima, has joined Hitachi Data Systems as president and CEO of its U.S. federal subsidiary. He brings more than two decades of public sector business strategy and development experience to his new position, Hitachi Data Systems said Tuesday. Barry Morrison, senior vice president for Americas …

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David Cummins Appointed Transportation Group SVP at Serco’s North American Arm; Dan Allen Comments

David Cummins, former senior vice president of mobility solutions at Xerox (NYSE: XRX), has joined Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary as senior vice president for the transportation business unit. The 15-year industry veteran will be in charge of Reston, Virginia-based Serco Inc.‘s work in the aviation, air traffic control, fleet management and intelligent transportation …

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Mark Anderson Promoted to Palo Alto Networks President, Dave Peranich Named Worldwide Sales EVP

Mark Anderson, formerly executive vice president of worldwide field operations at Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), has been promoted to president at the Santa Clara, California-based firewall provider. Palo Alto Networks said Monday he will report directly to Chairman and CEO Mark McLaughlin and be responsible for helping drive the company’s sales, go-to-market, customer support and business development strategies. …

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Drone Aviation Chairman Jay Nussbaum Adds CEO Title

Jay Nussbaum, chairman of the board at Drone Aviation Holding Corp. since June 2015, will serve in the additional role of CEO at the Jacksonville, Florida-based tethered and unmanned aerial systems manufacturer. The nearly 40-year sales and business management veteran succeeds Kevin Hess, who has moved to his new role as chief …

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April 25 Market Close: GovCon Index, US Stocks Weighed By Oil Declines & Earnings Worries

The GovCon Index followed the larger market forces of oil declines and concerns over corporate earnings reports Monday with a decline of 0.401 points to 75.968 on the first day of April 2016’s last trading week. As covered in our Friday market close report, 11 GCI-listed companies will release their latest quarterly …

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Chuck Brooks Joins Sutherland Global as Gov’t Relations, Marketing VP

TYSONS CORNER, VA July 16, 2015 — Sutherland Global Services has named Chuck Brooks as the company’s new vice president for government relations and marketing, with focus on branding and fostering partnerships in local, state and federal areas. Brooks joins Sutherland from Xerox (NYSE: XRX) where he occupied the role of vice president …

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SAP NS2 Vet John Tomaselli Joins Govini as Chief Revenue Officer

John Tomaselli, former chief operating officer of SAP NS2 — the German conglomerate’s U.S. national security subsidiary — has joined business intelligence platform provider Govini as chief revenue officer. Tomaselli managed operations and carried out sales and go-to-market business strategies at SAP NS2, Govini said Wednesday. He has also served for two years as …

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Neal Tomblyn Joins Capstone Corporation as SVP of Business Development; Rich White Comments

Neal Tomblyn has joined Capstone Corporation’s executive team to oversee the company’s growth and marketing strategy as senior vice president of business development, marketing and communications. The more-than-35-year business development and marketing leader most recently served as director of business development for Lockheed Martin‘s transportation solutions business, where he provided …

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John Lambeth Heads to PAE as CIO

John Lambeth, formerly chief information officer at QinetiQ North America, has been appointed to the same role at Arlington, Va.-based logistics and support services contractor PAE. He joined QNA as CIO in 2011 and led that company’s cloud computing security practice, as well as the process quality management and training …

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Army Picks 7 Companies for $498M Office Equipment Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded positions on a potential $498 million contract to seven companies for commercial-off-the-shelf, multi-functional devices. Contractors will compete for task orders to supply the equipment and provide repair and maintenance services to the Army under firm-fixed-price, multiple-award contract, the Defense Department said Thursday. Equipment covered under the contract …

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