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L3 President, CEO Christopher Kubasik Succeeds Michael Strianese as Board Chairman

Christopher Kubasik, president and CEO of L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL), has succeeded Michael Strianese as chairman of the New York City-based defense contractor’s board of directors. Kubasik said in a statement released Monday he will continue to work with L3’s board and management team to implement business transformation and growth efforts. He …

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Christian Marrone Elevates to CSRA SVP Post

Christian Marrone, a CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) vice president and chief of staff, has been promoted to a senior VP role at the Falls Church, Virginia-based technology services contractor, GovCon Wire has learned. In this capacity, Marrone is responsible for CSRA’s external relations function, strategy to strengthen relationships across the government and initiative to deliver thought leadership …

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Robin Lineberger Adds Global, US Aerospace & Defense Leadership Roles at Deloitte

Robin Lineberger, lead client service partner for the aerospace and defense industry practice at Deloitte, has been named global and U.S. leader for the professional services firm’s A&D segment. He will succeed the retiring Tom Captain, a 36-year company veteran who is set to retire by the end of fiscal year 2017, …

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Leidos’ Roger Krone Joins Board of Governors at Aerospace Industries Association

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 22, 2016 —  Aerospace Industries Association has elected Roger Krone, Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) chairman and CEO, to its executive board of governors for 2017, GovCon Executive reported Friday. Krone will join Boeing (NYSE: BA) CEO Dennis Muilenburg and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) CEO Thomas Kennedy, who will respectively serve as …

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The 2016 Wash100’s Mix of Companies, Agencies & Trade/Research Groups

As covered here yesterday, GovCon Wire’s parent company Executive Mosaic announced its inductions for the 2016 edition of the Wash 100 — EM’s annual selection of the government contracting arena’s most influential voices. These 100 individuals were chosen by EM’s editorial and organizational leadership as the executives and other leaders …

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Roundup of 2015: A Year Defined by Deals Ends w/ One in Congress & more

Roundup of 2015 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson (This is the last edition of the Roundup for 2015. Thank you for your readership and participation, have a great Christmas & New Year’s and see you again in 2016.) $15 …

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Weekly Roundup Sept 7 – Sept 11 2015: PSC’s Impending Leadership Transition & more

Weekly Roundup Sept 7 – Sept 11 2015 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson An association that represents the government services sector has previewed an impending leadership transition in the same year that the defense industry’s main trade group also announced its own change …

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Former Exelis CEO David Melcher Appointed AIA Chief Executive

David Melcher,  formerly CEO of defense technology manufacturer Exelis, will join the Aerospace Industries Association trade group as president and CEO on June 8, the AIA said Thursday. Melcher led McLean, Va.-based Exelis through its October 2011 spinoff from ITT Corp. (NYSE: ITT) into an independent company and May 2015 sale to …

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Former AIA Chief Marion Blakey Named Rolls-Royce North America President, CEO

Marion Blakey, formerly president and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association, has joined Rolls-Royce as president, CEO and chairman of the board for its North American business. The company said Tuesday Blakey will succeed James Guyette, who plans to retire in May. “We are extremely pleased to have Ms. Blakey leading the North …

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Contractors to Restart Work as DoD Brings Back 90% of Furloughed Civilians

The U.S. Defense Department intends to end the furloughs of certain inspectors and officials that work with contractors at government sites. Those furloughs were reported to have driven an increase in planned contractor furloughs and temporarily paused contracted work at federal facilities. Click here to read more on these developments …

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