Tag Archives: ECS

Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #22: ECS’ Rebecca John on Analytics’ Role in Growth Initiatives, Her Outlook for CI Support Tools

Rebecca John VP of Capture ECS

Rebecca John, vice president of capture at ECS, recently caught up with ArchIntel to give her perspective on how analytics tools are helping human analysts drive insights from data and her outlook on how both technology and people could advance the competitive intelligence process in the coming years. This the 22nd in a series of interviews with CI and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

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Executive Mosaic Launches ArchIntel Events; Deltek’s August Jackson to Keynote Archintel’s AI in Competitive Intelligence Forum on Oct. 22nd


As the leader in exclusive peer networking events, virtual events and media in the government contracting (GovCon) sector, Executive Mosaic continues to expand its platform with the launch of ArchIntel Events. On October 22nd, ArchIntel Events will host the ArchIntel - AI in Competitive Intelligence Forum as its first virtual event featuring August Jackson, senior director of Marketing and Competitive Intelligence for Deltek, as the keynote speaker. 

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George Wilson, President and CEO of ECS Federal, Receives Third Consecutive Wash100 Award From Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic

Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic, presented George Wilson, president and CEO of ECS Federal, his third consecutive Wash100 Award as a part of the 2020 selection. 

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George Wilson, President and CEO of ECS Federal, Named to 2020 Wash100 for Leading Efforts to Drive Innovation in Cybersecurity, IT Modernization

Executive Mosaic is honored to present George Wilson, president and CEO of ECS Federal, as an inductee into the 2020 Wash100 Award for his leadership and vision while driving innovation in cybersecurity, information technology modernization and emerging technologies in the government contracting sector. 

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