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Stacy Schwartz, AT&T Government Solutions

Stacy Schwartz, AT&T Government Solutions

In the latest news from WashingtonExec, Stacy Schwartz of AT&T Government Solutions shared her thoughts on STEM education, Justin Shaw, co-founder of the start-up Wyolum, talked of how his company provides STEM grants, and the recent 2013 STEM Diversity Symposium brought high school seniors together with top leaders in industry and Congress to illuminate the vast career opportunities available to those who pursue STEM education.

Alan Berson, author of Leadership Conversations, wrote a guest column this week titled, “Mastering Relationship Building.”

WashingtonExec jumped in on the conversation with a fresh new feature story that uncovers the secret ingredients to the U.S. Navy’s ability to perpetually produce top business leaders. Read more here.

In M&A news, CACI International Inc. completed its acquisition of Six3 Systems, Deltek announced its acquisition of Centurion Research Solutions, and A-T Solutions Inc. announced its acquisition of GreenLine Systems.

In executive moves, SRA International, Inc. recently appointed Tom Nixon as Executive Vice President and Chief Growth Officer, Northrop Grumman named Catherine Gridley as Vice President of Business Development in Technical Services Sector, and John P. Hynes Jr. was promoted to President & CEO at TASC.

In contract awards, NCI was awarded $7.9 million C4I/IT services task order supporting 780th Military Intelligence Brigade headquarters, Engility Holdings, Inc. won a $243 million contract supporting naval air traffic control systems division, and MacAulay-Brown, Inc. was awarded $18.5 million contract supporting U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.

Of course, there are plenty of upcoming awards and black-tie galas to look forward to. Here are just a few below:

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