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Elizabeth Larson, a more than two-decade Siemens veteran, has taken on the chief financial officer role at the company’s federally focused U.S. arm. She will manage the overall financial and accounting functions supporting Siemens Government Technologies‘ technology and service teams delivering mission-critical products and services to U...

Jennifer Swanson When fully realized, digital engineering in the Army will take engineering process components represented in disconnected documents and unify them in a virtual setting, Jennifer Swanson, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for data, engineering and software, said in a May interview with Breaking Defense. Digital enginee...

Siemens Government Technologies has appointed Norman Eng as vice president of U.S. defense digital strategy. SGT is a subsidiary of technology conglomerate Siemens focused on U.S. federal government customers. Eng joins SGT from Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), where he spent 35 years working. His most recent position at the defense contractor was that...

Judy Marks, chair, president and CEO of Otis Worldwide Corp. (NYSE: OTIS), noted organic sales growth in the company’s core business segments and higher adjusted earnings per share for the second quarter of 2023. Net sales for the period grew 6.7 percent year-over-year to $3.72 billion, while revenue climbed 9.5 percent on an organic basis,...

Ankur Rawat, an information technology industry executive, has joined CRDF Global as chief technology officer. He will oversee the digital strategy with a focus on advancing the nonprofit organization’s framework for digital resilience cybersecurity, CRDF Global said Friday. Mike Dignam, CEO of CRDF Global, said Rawat will bring to the role hi...

Executive Mosaic is pleased to unveil John Ustica, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, as a winner of the 2023 Wash100 Award for his longstanding dedication to leading the SGT organization forward in technological development, partnership building and overall mission fulfillment. The Wash100 Award, which annually hon...

The United States government has placed a high priority on digital modernization as agencies rise to address the growing challenges posed by today’s increasingly digital world. At Siemens Government Technologies, CEO and President John Ustica is helping bridge the gap between the physical and digital realms for public sector customers using emer...

John Ustica‚Äôs career with Siemens spans over two decades ‚ÄĒ a tenure whose length he sees as a strategic benefit in the government contracting landscape today. His previous posts at the technology and manufacturing company cover a wide range of roles from financial leadership to manufacturing plant management as he has moved up the ranks. ...

Twenty-two companies have won spots on a seven-year, $675 million contract to provide manpower, equipment and non-personal services for the U.S. Army’s electronic security systems. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received 34 bids for the procurement vehicle and estimated contract work to finish on Sept. 25, 2029, the Department of Defense sai...

The U.S. Air Force has named 30 additional vendors as awardees on a potential $950 million contract to build and operate systems across land, air, sea, space, electromagnetic spectrum and cyber domains in support of the Joint All Domain Command and Control program. The Department of Defense said Thursday the vendors will compete for task...