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Ray Johnson, Lockheed Martin

Ray Johnson, Lockheed Martin

This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine brings you the latest information on the USA Science & Engineering Festival, to be held April 26-27 in Washington, D.C. Readers can check out an interview with Ray Johnson, senior vice president and chief technology officer of Lockheed Martin, for more information on STEM and the festival. Johnson, who co-founded the festival, said in the interview that he wants to make the festival “the Super Bowl of STEM.”

In other news, check out an interview with INSA’s Charlie Allen, legendary spy and former under secretary for Intelligence and Analysis at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and DHS chief of intelligence under the George W. Bush administration. Allen is now a principal at The Chertoff Group in Washington, D.C.

Check out an article on Women in Technology, which recently announced the winners of its 15th annual Leadership Awards Banquet, held April 3.

Also in the e-magazine, readers will find a guest column, “The 11 Most Costly, Hidden Problems in the Workplace.” Steven Gaffney, a communication expert, business advisor and public speaker, wrote the column.

Readers will also find featured stories on Tom Simmons, area vice president for the public sector at Citrix, and Tom Monahan, chief executive officer of CEB.

Also check out the latest STEM news, including the recent CyberPatriot VI National Finals Competition and SySTEMic Solutions’ recentlly-launched STEM camps.

In federal contract award news, readers will find news on SRA International, ARRAY, and Accenture.

And, the e-magazine brings you the latest information on upcoming local events, including author David Kriegman’s April 30 book signing, an HR Leadership Awards Gala on June 10 and open nominations through June 13 for the Greater Washington Government Contracting Awards in November. Readers will also find a write-up on open registration for a May 19 Building Government Acumen program to be held May 19.

Also check out WashingtonExec for awards notices and a black-tie dinner guide of events, including a SECAF announcement of the 2014 Government Contractor Awards finalists. The awards gala will be held May 1.

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