Home / Tag Archives: Jim Garrettson (page 32)

Tag Archives: Jim Garrettson

Cloud Computing Focal Point of GovConExec Magazine’s Spring Issue

GovConWire’s publisher Executive Mosaic is this week releasing its spring edition of GovConExec magazine, which takes a deep dive into cloud computing and includes highlight input from top executives for the region’s government contracting sector who are leading the migration and leveraging the power of the cloud. Although not a …

Read More »

Gerry Simone to Lead Executive Mosaic Media Properties as Editor-in-Chief

Executive Mosaic, the parent company of GovCon Wire, hired Gerry Simone to serve as Editor-in-Chief. “Throughout my career, I have thrived on working with respected journalists as a national spokesperson for area companies, ” Simone said. “I am compelled by Executive Mosaic’s unique media focus on stories about the corporate …

Read More »

Scott W. Rogers Joins Executive Mosaic as CFO/COO

Executive Mosaic has announced that Scott W. Rogers has joined as CFO/COO, where he will focus predominately on the media properties including ExecutiveBiz, GovConWire and other associated firms. In his role as CFO, Rogers will be responsible for financial control and planning at ExecutiveBiz. He will report to President and …

Read More »

Still Waiting for Automated Warfare and Soldiers

While the idea of fighting machines taking the place of soldiers is as old as Pygmalion, the arrival of Terminator-style fighting systems is still far off in our future. A briefing chart authored by the National Defense Industrial Association and the Pentagon’s Joint Advanced Concepts office entitled, “Future Vertical Lift …

Read More »

Pentagon Strategic Command Stands up Cyber Command

 As the White House makes progress and movement toward establishing a Cyber Security Czar to protect the aggregate networks of the Federal government, the Wall St. Journal reported that a new Cyber Command to protect the Petnagon will be stood up in the coming weeks. This new Cyber Command will be …

Read More »