As the pages turns on 2013, WashingtonExec looks forward to 2014.
WashingtonExec’s 2014 Annual Market Outlook series features some of the most knowledgeable and experienced individuals in the federal contracting space. We asked executives in and around the beltway for insight regarding where they see the government contracting community headed in 2014.
This week we featured Joe Martore, CEO of CALIBRE, who says Industry and Government Collaboration is Critical, Sal Fazzolari of CRGT who predicts a push for ‘Lean Government’, and Dave West of Wold Den Associates, LLC who foresees a growing number of disruptive firms from young entrepreneurs.
In merger & acquisition news, Eagle Ray, Inc. expanded its technology solutions for federal customers with its acquisition of Kore Federal. Read more here.
Alan Berson of Leadership Conversations, wrote a guest column this week titled, “Promoting Your High Potentials.”
In executive moves, Dr. John Hillen was named Executive in Residence and Professor of Practice of George Mason University’s School of Management, Dale Luddeke was named Senior Vice President of STG, Inc., and Holly Beveridge was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Vistronix. Read the latest executive moves here.
In contract awards, A-T Solutions announced that the company will pursue the U.S. Army’s TEACH Contract and Link Solutions, Inc. was awarded a contract from the U.S. Army to provide support for the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.
Of course, there are plenty of upcoming awards and black-tie galas to look forward to. Here are just a few below:
- Federal Cloud Computing Summit on Dec 17, 2013 Explores Benefits of Cloud and Virtualization
- Choral Arts Board Member George Wilson Hosts Pre-Gala Reception; Leading Up to Gala in December
- The Northern Virginia Family Service to Present the 2014 Road to Independence Gala on May 9th
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