This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine brings you the latest information on Digital Management, Inc.’s (DMI) acquisition of KnowledgePath. Based in Bethesda, Md., DMI acquired the mobile and commerce solutions provider, headquartered in Massachusetts.
Also check out an article on the WashingtonExec Strategic Human Capital Council, which hosted a breakfast roundtable earlier this year. It focused on key human capital management programs and services that assist professionals in working more efficiently. Presenters included Sean Joo of Salient Federal Solutions, Allison Mechalske of Noblis and Nancy Prehn of FCi Federal.
You’ll also find information on former SAIC and BAE Systems CEO Walt Havenstein, who announced last week that he’s filed to form a campaign committee to formally enter the race for the GOP nomination for governor in New Hampshire. Officials are reviewing Havenstein’s eligibility to run based on a tax bracket document the Bristol, New Hampshire native allegedly signed.
Check out an interview with BAE Systems’ Doug Stewart, vice president of Government Relations and Legislative Affairs. He’ll chair United Through Reading’s Tribute to Military Families on May 21. UTR is a program that helps deployed service members connect with their children through video-taped storytime and reading selected stories to their own children.
The e-magazine brings you the latest information on federal contract wins, including Octo Consulting Group’s recent contract with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It will also keep you up-to-date on executive transitions, mergers and acquisitions; for instance, information on Mark Lucas, who was recently appointed strategic programs director at QinetiQ North America; Martin Howard, who was named vice president of MacB’s Gray Enterprise Solutions C4ISR and Homeland Security Division; and Herndon-based Deltek, an enterprise software and information solutions provider that recently acquired Sohnar and its Traffic LIVE solution.
Also check out WashingtonExec for awards notices and a black-tie dinner guide of events, too, such as SECAF’s 2014 Government Contractor Awards finalists; and upcoming local events including the Building Government Acumen program to be held May 19.
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