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Chuck Prow Receives Wash100 Recognition for Public Sector Technology Leadership

Executive Mosaic, Tysons Corner, VA February 19, 2015 – Chuck Prow, general manager for the global government business at IBM, has been selected to this year’s Wash100 list for the most influential leaders in GovCon for his leadership role in the public sector technology market. The Wash100 is the premier group …

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Booz Allen Reports 2.5% Revenue Jump in 3Q; Profit Up 12%

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has announced financial results for the third quarter of its 2015 fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2014. The McLean, Va.-based consulting and contracting firm’s fiscal year runs between April 1 and March 31. Revenue for the third quarter increased 2.5 percent to $1.3 billion from the prior …

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Nathan Houser to Lead Deloitte’s Nat’l Security Sector; Janet Foutty Comments

Nathan Houser, formerly Deloitte‘s lead client service partner for the Transportation Security Administration and Customs and Border Protection accounts, has been named head of the consulting firm’s national security sector. He has also served as the firm’s program manager for the Department of Homeland Security professional and program management support services program, Deloitte said Monday. “Nathan’s experience …

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Terri Cooper Named Deloitte Federal Health Sector Lead; Janet Foutty Comments

Terri Cooper, a principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, has been appointed to lead Deloitte’s federal health sector. Cooper will succeed Principal Kelvin Womack, who will remain as client service lead within Deloitte’s provider sector practice and as national managing principal for diversity, Deloitte said Thursday. “With deep experience in the life …

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John Veihmeyer: KPMG Looks to Expand Tech Consulting Operations With Zanett Buy

KPMG LLP has bought Cincinnati-based business consulting firm Zanett Commercial Solutions in an effort to help enterprise customers manage revenue and risks through technology. Zanett is an Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) platinum partner and helps organizations implement applications for healthcare, government and manufacturing use, KPMG said Monday. KPMG seeks to deliver …

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Doug Lane Joins Capgemini Government Solutions as CEO; Tim Bridges Comments

Doug Lane, a 30-year consulting and information technology veteran, has joined Capgemini Government Solutions LLC as CEO. Lane will report directly to Capgemini U.S. LLC CEO Tim Bridges and be responsible for the Capgemini subsidiary’s strategic direction and service delivery to federal, state and local government clients, Capgemini said Tuesday. …

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Former NSA Director Keith Alexander Launches Financial Services Cyber Consultancy

Keith Alexander, the former director of the National Security Agency, has founded a consultancy that advises financial institutions about defending against cyber threats, Politico reported Thursday. Darren Samuelsohn and Joseph Marks write that Alexander’s consulting practice will be headquartered in Washington and will collaborate with Promontory Financial Group to offer …

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IBM to Pump $100M in Global Big Data Labs

IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) is investing more than $100 million in new big data consulting laboratories across several locations worldwide, Asian Scientist Magazine reported Wednesday. The 10 new IBM interactive experience labs will be built in Bangalore, Beijing, Melbourne, Shanghai and Tokyo, according to the report. IBM intends to open …

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Walter Batson: Camber Eyes Federal Growth Through Buy of Avaya Gov’t IT Services Arm

Camber Corp. has closed its acquisition of Avaya Government Solutions‘ information technology consulting services business. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed and the transaction gives Camber access to new IT contract vehicles, Camber said Monday. Avaya Government Solutions holds positions on Alliant, Eagle II and U.S. Postal Service …

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Jennifer Crozier: IBM, Local Govts Partner for ‘Smart Cities’ Grant Program

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has selected 16 cities and counties around the world to receive $500, 000 worth of consulting services each as part of the company’s Smarter Cities initiative. The company launched the annual grant program in 2011 to help government agencies develop solutions for water, food, public safety, employment, transportation …

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