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PSC Adds ManTech CEO Kevin Phillips to Board; David Berteau Quoted

Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) and a 2019 Wash100 winner, has been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the Professional Services Council. He joins seven other new board members who were approved early in 2019 and his appointment was approved at a meeting held on June 18, PSC said Friday

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Beth McCall Joins Spear as Federal Civilian SVP; Richard Pineda Comments

Beth McCall has joined Vienna, Va.-based information technology services provder Spear as senior vice president for the federal civilian division. McCall brings 25 years of federal IT experience to her new role, where she holds responsibility for sales and business development in federal markets such as healthcare, the company said …

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Kelly Harris Joins Spear as Corporate Development Head; Richard Pineda Comments

Kelly Harris, former alliance marketing manager at Intelligent Decisions, has joined information technology and management consulting company Spear as corporate development director. She will be responsible for developing campaigns and building relationships with the company’s industry partners and customers with the goal of building Spear’s brand in the federal market, …

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Former Dell Federal Head Richard Pineda Launches New IT Firm

Three information technology veterans have joined forces to launch Spear Inc., a new federal IT contracting firm. Spear is the creation of Richard Pineda, Noel Samuel and Gino Antonelli, who established the company in February, according to the company announcement. The new company will deliver IT services, consulting and business …

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Dell Services Wins $252M Nuclear Regulatory Commission Contract for IT Outsourcing Support Services; Pineda Comments

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has awarded Dell’s (NASDAQ: DELL) wholly-owned subsidiary, Perot Systems Government Services, a $252 million, six-year contract to operate and maintain an agency-wide IT infrastructure with IT services, hardware, software and enterprise products. Core services will include program management, Blackberry support services, email and messaging, file and print, personal computing, software license …

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Dell’s Richard Pineda Named Chief Operations Leader

Dell’s Richard Pineda has been named Chief Operations Leader (COL) of the firm’s Dell Services Federal Government Division. Pineda served as general manager of the company’s Department of Defense Division and will now be responsible for leading the company’s business operations and service delivery to its Federal customers. Background information …

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Dell Perot’s Richard Pineda Speaks Out on New DHS Immigration Deal

Dell Perot’s Richard Pineda spoke to Washington Technology about his firm’s new immigration deal with DHS. “We showed [USCIS] how they could reduce their risk and gain efficiencies… We wanted team members that could do more than check boxes. We wanted proven independent leaders in their field, and we wanted …

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Dell Services’ Lee Carrick and Richard Pineda on Services to USCIS

Dell (NASDAQ: DELL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Perot Systems Government Services announced that the company is providing business process outsourcing functions to simplify the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office Support Services. “The work we are providing to USCIS illustrates the strength and breadth of Dell Perot Systems’ …

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Dell Perot’s Richard Pineda on Merger and Changes

In an interview with ExecutiveBiz, Dell Perot’s Richard Pineda spoke about what the acquisition means for the industry: “For the federal space, it absolutely enables us to be more competitive.  How?  From a standpoint of ever decreasing budgets, the mission requirements to support the warfighter must go on.  Consolidation, virtualization, …

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Hardware Acquisitions: First EDS, Now Perot Systems…Who’s Next?

This week, hardware firms continued their expansion into the services sector with Dell’s acquisition of Perot Systems.  Last year, HP bought EDS, expanding its presence in the federal marketplace.  The question on many industry experts’ minds is: who’s next? The rationale is clear: while HP’s profits fell 19% in the …

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