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Bill Annibell, Sapient Government Solutions

Bill Annibell, Sapient Government Services

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This week we featured Sapient Government Services CTO Bill Annibell who talked about the digitization of government and enabling the mobile workforce. Read the full story here.

We also featured Ingennicom, an aerospace engineering firm that takes corporate culture back to the drawing board. Read more here.

Alan Berson recently shared two inspiring leadership conversation columns for the magazine which include: “7 Top Leadership Tips of 2013” and “Make Decisions With Confidence.” Matt Langan, founder & CEO of L&R Communications, wrote a guest column that inspires marketing professionals to have “The Courage to Be Creative in Your Federal Marketing Efforts.”

In executive transitions, SAIC recently named Doug Wagoner as Sector President, AT&T Government Solutions appointed Paul Girardi as Vice President Of Business Development and Stacy Schwartz as Vice President, Public Safety, and John Heller was recently named Chief Executive Officer of PAE. In addition, the Professional Services Council recently appointed its first female chair, Ellen Glover of ICF International, to the Board of Directors. See the latest in executive moves by clicking here.

In STEM news, WashingtonExec has announced that its inaugural STEM Symposium will take place on March 8, 2014 at the NySmith School. Register for the FREE event today at http://www.stemsymposium.com.

The USA Science & Engineering Festival has also announced a one-of-a-kind STEM event for kids called X-STEM. Learn more about the event here.

In mergers & acquisitions, C Spire has announced its plan to acquire Callis Communications, a cloud-based unified communications company. ClubCorp announced its acquisition of Chantilly National Golf and Country Club and will soon embark on a multimillion-dollar renovation. Lastly, Engility Holdings announced its plan to acquire Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC).

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