WashingtonExec’s Weekly E-Magazine: News You Need to Know

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Dan Allen, Serco, Inc.

Dan Allen, Serco Inc.

This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine brings you the latest information on Dan Allen, who was appointed Serco Inc’s chairman and chief executive officer October 2013. In a recent interview, Allen talked about his plans for the organization, where he sees growth in the federal marketplace, the company’s talent acquisition strategy and Serco’s work with a benefit exchange program.

The e-magazine also features Sal Fazzolari, senior vice president of Strategic Development at CRGT. He spoke about big data solutions and a speaking engagement he conducted earlier this year for veterans transitioning into the civilian workforce. The Veterans Career Path Seminar was held at Boulder Crest Retreat in Bluemont, Va.

Also, check out news on tonight’s NVFS Road to Independence Gala in a Q&A with AMERICAN SYSTEMS Chief Executive Officer Bill Hoover, the 2014 gala chair.

The e-magazine also features a write-up on Mark Forman returning to TASC as vice president for IT Services and Cloud Initiatives.

In STEM news, check out an article on the NOVA STEM Alliance’s STEM Career Festival, set for May 17.

And under Mergers and Acquisitions Activity, take a look at an article on Parsons, which recently acquired Secure Million Solutions, based in Reston, Va.

The e-magazine also brings you the latest in Federal Contract Awards including MacAulay-Brown, Inc., which will serve the U.S. Air Force through a $900 million multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.

Readers will learn more about Executive Transitions, including Greg Yadzinski, who was recently promoted to vice president of MacB’s Commonwealth Technology Division.

Under Upcoming Local Events, readers will find that registration is still open for Building Government Acumen, a program to be held May 19-22 at George Mason University in Fairfax. The intensive executive development program will cover how to drive high-performance engagement with government, and will assist middle- and senior-level executives in achieving a performance improvement in their government engagement strategy, according to a course description.

Also, check out the e-magazine’s In Case You Missed It section, which this week includes an article on the National Capital Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. This spring it honored winners in 11 categories at a black-tie Corporate Growth Awards Gala.

And speaking of awards, readers should check out the Evening Awards and Black-Tie Dinner Guide, which this week includes Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director Leon Panetta. He’s set to receive the 30th annual William Oliver Baker Award from INSA on June 6.

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