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George Mason University, Defense Acquisition University to Host Government Contracting Conference on Oct. 3rd; Featuring Wash100 Awardees Roger Krone, Hon. Ellen Lord

George Mason University School of Business’ Center for Government Contracting and Defense Acquisition University will be hosting the 2019 Government Contracting Conference for the first time on Oct. 3rd at the Washington Marriott Metro Center. Click here to register for the conference. 

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Perspecta Labs Recognized for Cybersecurity Innovations Under DARPA Program; Mac Curtis Quoted

Perspecta's (NYSE: PRSP) applied research arm has been selected to receive a 2019 Industry Innovator award for introducing three cybersecurity technology platforms through the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation and Characterization Systems program.

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McAleese & Associates: Multidomain Operations Approach Charts Path for Air Force Capability Tradeoffs

Jim McAleese, founder of McAleese & Associates and a 2019 Wash100 awardee, reported on the multidomain  operations concept driving capability tradeoffs worth up to $5B per year in the U.S. Air Force's program objective memorandum for fiscal 2021 through fiscal 2025.

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Former ECS VP Aaron Faulkner Named Accenture Federal Cyber Practice Lead

Aaron Faulkner, former vice president of cybersecurity at ECS, has been named head of the cyber practice within Accenture's (NYSE: ACN) federal subsidiary. The more than 18-year industry veteran will oversee efforts to design, build and deliver cybersecurity offerings to federal civilian and defense customers in his new position, Accenture said Monday.

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Carahsoft, Grant Thornton Receive Federal Payroll Modernization Task Orders; GSA’s Emily Murphy Quoted

Two teams led by Carahsoft Technology and Grant Thornton have received task orders under the General Services Administration’s potential $2.5B NewPay blanket purchase agreement to modernize payroll processing systems that support more than 2.2M federal civilian workers.

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