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Cognosante to Back VHA’s Transition Into ‘High Reliability’ Org Under $98M BPA; James Gordon Quoted

Cognosante has secured a potential $98M blanket purchase agreement from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide consulting and assistance services to help the Veterans Health Administration achieve a “high reliability organization” status.

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Laura Starego Joins Cognosante as Civilian Health Capture Mgmt Director

Laura Starego, a 13-year veteran of General Dynamics' (NYSE: GD) information technology unit, has been named director of capture manager for civilian health care business at Cognosante, FedHealth IT reported Friday. She brings more than two decades of information technology industry experience to her new position and has led cross-functional teams that pursued federal market opportunities.

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Anne Hughes Named Cognosante Civilian Health Business Dev’t VP

Anne Hughes, a more than 30-year health care industry veteran, has been named vice president of business development at Cognosante's civilian health unit, FedHealthIT reported Thursday. Cognosante is headquartered in Falls Church, Va., and offers technology and business process outsourcing services to government health organizations.

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Eric Olson Named Buchanan & Edwards CEO; Carter Wood Appointed CFO

Eric Olson, a more than 30-year technology consulting industry leader, has been appointed CEO of Arlington, Va.-based tech services contractor Buchanan & Edwards. Olson previously worked at ECS Federal as a senior vice president and as an executive VP at InfoReliance, Buchanan & Edwards said Thursday. He also held senior …

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Alan Chvotkin from the Professional Services Council Reviews Cases Involving Protests of Contract Awards

In his debut column, Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel of the Professional Services Council, analyzes two recent cases involving the government contracting selection process. In each case contractors protested what they considered were flawed methods in the government’s source selection and filed a protest. Chvotkin reviews the implications …

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