Tag Archives: KPMG

Malcolm Marshall: KPMG Seeks to Boost ID & Access Mgmt with Qubera Assets Acquisition

The U.S. and U.K. member firms of KPMG have acquired some assets of identity and access management service provider Qubera Solutions as the network aims to bolster its security transformation portfolio. KPMG said Thursday that it expects the move to bring additional capabilities in identity-as-a-service, identity governance and cloud identity federation and help strengthen the U.S. arm’s solutions …

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Former House Tax Counsel John Gimigliano Named a KPMG Wash Nat’l Tax Practice Principal

John Gimigliano, a former senior tax counsel for the House Ways and Means Committee, has been appointed principal for federal legislative and regulatory services in KPMG‘s Washington national tax business. KPMG said Wednesday that he will succeed Hank Gutman, who will take on another role with the company. While working in government, Gimigliano …

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KPMG, Salient to Upgrade Federal Housing Administration’s Technology and Business Processes; Brad Antle Comments

KPMG and Salient Federal Solutions have won a five-year blanket purchase agreement potentially worth $94 million to update business processes and technology for the Department of Housing and Urban Development‘s Federal Housing Administration. Salient said Wednesday the BPA contract was awarded under the Mortgage Risk and Fraud Initiative, with KPMG as the prime …

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Mark Forman Returns to TASC as IT, Cloud Services VP; Bruce Phillips Comments

Mark Forman, co-founder and former CEO of Government Transaction Services LLC, has joined TASC as vice president for information technology and cloud services. The 29-year industry veteran previously worked at TASC from 1985 to 1989 and will be responsible for the company’s cybersecurity, cloud, mobile and data analytics initiatives, TASC said Wednesday. “His leadership …

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Robbert Kuppens, Former Cisco CIO, Named Boston Consulting Group Global CIO

Robbert Kuppens, a 25-year business and IT management veteran and partner in The Boston Consulting Group‘s office in Amsterdam since January, has been appointed the company’s global chief information officer. He is expected to lead BCG’s global IT function as his predecessor Tom Dionisio retires following 15 years as CIO, the company said Monday. …

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John Veihmeyer: KPMG Buys Cynergy to Further Digital, Mobile Initiatives

KPMG LLP has acquired digital mobility firm Cynergy Systems for an undisclosed amount in a move to help customers engage clients and further mobile enterprise initiatives. John Veihmeyer, chairman and CEO of KPMG, said Tuesday the advisory firm intends to help organizations address operational and technology demands by integrating Cynergy’s mobile …

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John Veihmeyer: KPMG Finalizes Link Analytics Buy as Big Data Continues to ‘Fundamentally Transform’ Decision Making

KPMG LLP has closed its purchase of analytical services provider Link Analytics for an undisclosed sum in an effort to help clients manage their operations by increasing usage of big data. Link Analytics employees will be a part of KPMG’s advisory business as both firms aim to work with customers …

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KPMG Inks Deal for Data Mgmt Tech Firm Link Analytics; Lynne Doughtie Comments

KPMG has agreed to buy analytics technology provider Link Analytics LLC for an undisclosed amount in a move aimed at growing KPMG’s big data management portfolio. The acquisition is intended to combine KPMG and Link Analytics’ offerings for clients to gain insights from volumes of enterprise data and make business …

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KPMG Forms Investment Fund for Data and Analytics; Michael Andrew, Mark Toon Comment

KPMG has formed an investment fund to further develop data and analytics technologies, aiming to help customers of member firms convert big data into assets. KPMG Capital will work to acquire and partner with organizations specializing in data and analytics capabilities in order help clients address revenue, risk and cost, …

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Kenneth Bedingfield Named Northrop Aerospace Systems CFO; Tom Vice Comments

Kenneth Bedingfield, Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) corporate vice present, controller and chief accounting officer since November 2011, has been appointed VP of business management and chief financial officer for the aerospace systems sector. Bedingfield succeeds Chuck Wands, who plans to retire from the company later this year, Northrop said Wednesday. …

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