After a busy week in the government contracting industry, we’re happy to bring you a brief re-cap of the week’s most noteworthy news. In case you missed it, here are our top stories:
Our conversation with Craig Reed of Engility covered a wide range of topics, from LPTA and acquisition growth strategies to starting a new company from scratch. Engility recently spun off from L-3 Communications, and Craig shared his insight on setting up the ideal company using his knowledge and experience gained over a successful career in contracting.
We spoke with Randy Fuerst of Oceus Networks on what it’s like to be in the same business as his government contractor daughter, Emily Fuerst of STG.
Neal Couture, the director of government procurement law and business programs at the George Washington University Law School, spoke to us about the changing context of federal acquisition, highlighting the implications of the trends and identifying flaws to the system and predictions about future trends.
In our WashingtonExec Roll Call, we highlighted the topics that caught our eyes and ears this past week within our network’s virtual water cooler. This week, we saw 12 new hires, 11 work anniversaries, and we highlighted one Job of the Week in the government contracting industry.
We also let you know about several upcoming local events that you won’t want to miss, including the Bridges to Community “Raise the Roof” fundraiser on October 8, GMU’s Brown & Brown Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Teresa Carlson on October 10, the Titans Breakfast Series featuring The Honorable Michael Chertoff and Robert Mueller on November 18, and the 5th INSA Achievement Awards, for which LTG Mary Legere will be the keynote speaker on November 13.
For all of these stories and more, you can read the e-magazine in its entirety here.