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Todd Stottlemyer to Succeed Michael Daniels as LMI Board Chair in January

Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of health information technology company CNSI, has been named chairman of LMI’s board of directors in a move that will take effect on Jan. 1. He will succeed Michael Daniels, who will retire by the end of 2018 after serving 11 years on the board, LMI said …

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Weekly Roundup Sept 14 – Sept 18 2015: 2015 GovCon Award Nominations Are In, No Deal for ULA & more

Weekly Roundup Sept 14 – Sept 18 2015 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson The list of this year’s Greater Washington Government Contractor Award finalists came out this week and the category of companies with more than $300 million in annual revenue …

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PSC, Fairfax Chamber Reveal Washington GovCon Awards Nominees

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 15, 2015 — GovCon Executive reported Monday on the list of finalists to the 13th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards and former DynCorp CEO Paul Lombardi’s nomination to the Greater Washington Government Contractors Hall of Fame. Each year, the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and …

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Gulu Gambhir: Leidos Eyes Workforce Culture that Seeks to Innovate

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 16, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Friday on how Leidos urges its workforce to participate in programs such as internal crowd sourcing and online courses to encourage innovation in the work place. Gulu Gambhir, chief technology officer at Leidos, shared the company’s goal to establish …

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Anne Altman, IBM Federal Head, Lands ‘Executive of the Year’ Honor at GovCon Awards

Anne Altman, general manager of federal government and industries at IBM, has been selected as this year’s winner of the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards‘ “Executive of the Year” honor for leaders of contractors that exceed $300 million in revenue. Altman, a three-decade company veteran who became IBM’s U.S. federal business leader in January …

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