This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine brings you the latest information on ECS Federal’s George Wilson, who took over as the company’s chief executive officer three months ago. Wilson took the reins from Roy Kapani, who is now the company’s advisory board chairman.
In other news, Jon Johnson of the U.S. General Services Administration Enterprise Mobility Program, recently briefed the WashingtonExec Mobility Council on achievements and challenges for federal agencies as they begin a transformation of their mobile footprint.
The e-magazine also shares information on the Building Government Acumen Program, which is set for May 19-22. Registration is still open.
Readers will find an article on Parature co-founder Duke Chung, who describes his path to Microsoft and the history of Parature. Based in Herndon, Parature is now a subsidiary of Microsoft.
Check out other featured stories on United Through Reading board member Gene Zapfel, and Cynthia Walker, director of Salient Federal Solutions’ Data Analytics Center of Excellence.
In federal contract award news, readers will find news on CACI, Serco and ManTech International, each of which won recent contracts.
In mergers and acquisition activity, the Addison Group of Chicago, Ill., just announced that it has acquired the Reston, Va.-based firm HireStrategy.
Also check out WashingtonExec for awards notices and a black-tie dinner guide of events, including former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who is set to receive the 30th annual INSA William Oliver Baker Award.
And, take a look at an article on Military Times’ recent list of the top 59 employers deemed “Best for Vets” in 2014.
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