This week’s WashingtonExec e-magazine presents a featured story on CALIBRE Systems’ John Mutarelli and Jeffrey Giangiuli, who are shifting their positions within the firm.
Mutarelli, formerly the executive vice president and chief operations officer, will now serve as senior executive vice president and CFO. Giangiuli will transition from the senior vice president of operations to Mutarelli’s EVP and COO posts.
Joe Martore, the company’s CEO and president, said the changes will position the company to implement its strategic plan.
Readers will also find a new feature called Washington Executive Roll Call in WashingtonExec’s e-magazine. The piece includes a list of new hires, promotions and reorganization, work anniversaries for the month, job opportunities and an “In the News” feature.
Check out an article on National Geospatial-Intelligency Agency’s Director Letitia Long, who’s announced that she’ll step down from her post in October. She will be succeeded by Robert Cardillo, the current deputy director for intelligence integration at the ODNI.
Take a look at an article on Noblis, Inc., which just acquired National Security Partners, LLC of Annapolis, Md. Noblis is a non-profit science and engineering research corporation, and provides strategic advisory services.
Also, check out how the WashingtonExec Federal Acquisition Council spent a recent evening. The group hosted a roundtable on the topic of bid protest, with government, industry and outside counsel perspectives.
The e-magazine also features an evening awards and black-tie dinner guide, as well as featured local events. Readers will discover news on the following: the HR Leadership Awards Gala, set for June 10; Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, set for June 19; nominations open through June 13 for the 2014 Greater Washington Government Contracting Awards, to be held in November; and a planned golf tournament in Round Hill, Va., to benefit Boulder Crest Retreat. CRGT Inc. and VMSI will sponsor the tournament.
Also, check out featured stories on Chad Sweet, co-founder and CEO of The Chertoff Group; summer reading lists from Attain CEO Greg Baroni, Salient Federal Solutions’ Brad Antle and CTO Vision’s Bob Gourley.
In STEM news, the Children’s Science Center is working on plans to build a 5,400-square-foot lab in Fairfax, Va., and a 54,000-square-foot museum in Dulles, Va.
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