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Jerry Calhoun Named SVP of Human Capital at The SI Org

Jerry Calhoun, formerly senior vice president of human resources at PAE, has been appointed SVP of human capital at The SI Organization, he confirmed to GovCon Wire. Prior to PAE, Calhoun was SVP of HR at Vangent,  which was comprised of 7, 000 employees and $750 million in revenue. He also served …

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Robert Carey Joins CSC to Lead Public Sector Cyber Business

Robert Carey, former principal deputy chief information officer at the Defense Department, has joined Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) as a vice president and general manager in the company’s cybersecurity business line. He will oversee the company’s cyber business in the public sector, CSC said Monday. Samuel Visner, vice president and …

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Deltek’s Chris Dixon Cites State HIX Issues Learned from Implementation

Chris Dixon, a senior research manager at Deltek, outlined lessons that government contractors can learn from the health insurance marketplace’s implementation in a Washington Post article published Thursday. Dixon writes that 14 states and the District of Columbia have built online health exchanges and some of those sites encountered glitches …

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McKinsey’s Kito de Boer to Head Palestine Private-Sector Investments for ‘Middle East Quartet’

Kito de Boer, a director at McKinsey & Co., will oversee private-sector investment initiatives in Palestine for a group known as the “Middle East Quartet, ” the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. De Boer has worked at McKinsey since 1985 and has been based in Dubai since 1999,  the Journal reports. He has advised …

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Sanjiv Gossain to Lead CSC’s UK, Ireland, Netherlands Operations

Sanjiv Gossain, formerly a senior vice president at Cognizant Technology Solutions, has joined Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) as a vice president and managing director. The 25-year information technology industry veteran will CSC’s operations in the U.K., Ireland and the Netherlands,  the company announced Monday. He will report to John Maguire, …

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Loren Thompson: Philippines Eyes US Defense Tech to Enforce Territorial Claims

Some defense analysts believe a pending 10-year security agreement between the Philippines and U.S. could increase U.S. sales of weapons and maritime surveillance equipment to the Philippines, Reuters reported Sunday. “What Manila needs most in the way of military technology is weapons that can help enforce its claim to areas …

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Sohaib Abbasi: Informatica Saw Subscription Revenue, Sales Growth in Q1

Informatica Corp. (NASDAQ: INFA) saw its revenue grow to $243.1 million for the first quarter of its 2014 fiscal year, ended March 31. The jump represents an increase of 13 percent year-over-year and includes $103.0 million in software revenues, Informatica said Thursday. “The first quarter highlights included strong subscription revenue growth and …

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Hans Hollister to Head L-3’s Global Solutions Unit; Les Rose Comments

Hans Hollister, formerly senior vice president of business development for L-3 Communications‘ (NYSE: LLL) national security solutions business segment, has been appointed general manager of the segment’s newly-formed global solutions unit. The 21-year company veteran will oversee strategic direction for the unit in commercial and international markets, L-3 said Thursday. “(Hollister) will be …

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Harris CEO William Brown Adds Board Chairman Title

William Brown, president and CEO of Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) since November 2011, has been appointed to succeed Thomas Dattilo as chairman of the board. The board’s independent directors have also named Dattilo as a lead independent director after a review of the board’s governance structure, Brown said Friday. Dattilo became …

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Paul Zonneveld: Deloitte Continues Cybersecurity Expansion With Urgentis Buy

Deloitte has purchased Alberta, Canada-based cybersecurity firm Urgentis Digital Crisis Solutions Inc. for an undisclosed amount in a move to help clients respond to advanced malicious threats. The purchase is intended to combine both firms’ crisis management and security offerings to better safeguard customers’ information assets, Deloitte said Thursday. Paul …

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