This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine presents a featured story on Ed Casey, the new chief operating officer at Serco Group plc. Casey made the transition to COO after first being appointed to serve as the company’s acting group chief executive officer.
Readers will also find a new feature called Washington Executive Roll Call in WashingtonExec’s e-magazine. The feature includes a list of new hires, work anniversaries for the month and an “In the News” snippets.
Also, readers will find news on the Northern Virginia Family Service’s 2014 Road to Independence Gala, held earlier this month at the Hylton McLean Tysons Corner. The gala drew about 600 people who donated approxomately $688,000 to benefit the NVFS mission to unite communities and empower families to improve their quality of life.
Readers will also discover a save-the-date article on Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, set for June 19. In addition, check out a featured story on Chief Strategy Officer Ken Ammon of Xceedium, who discusses cybersecurity. And, take a look at an article on the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC), which held a Management of Change event earlier this month.
The e-magazine also features an evening awards and black-tie dinner guide, and featured local events. Check out articles covering such topics as NVTC’s announcement of its 2014 Area Technology CFO Awards finalists, and an HR Leadership Awards Gala set for June 10. Readers will find news on mergers and acquisitions activity, including Digital Managment Inc.’s (DMI) acquisition of the The Pappas Group, LLC; and Software AG’s acquisition of metaquark, a Berlin-based mobile applications provider.
The e-magazine also features federal contract award features on KPMG LLP, Salient Federal Solutions and MacB. And, don’t miss WashingtonExec’s conversation with J.R. Reagan, a principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP. In the article, he shares his summer reading list.
Dexter Conrad of Intelligent Decisions is also featured in the e-magazine. Last month, the former U.S. Marine Corps instructor joined ID as its business development manager within the company’s training and simulation unit based in Orlando, Fla.
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