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

NASA’s Leonard Newman and his wife Sherri with Attain president Manish Agarwal and National Kidney Foundation National Capital Area president Pamela Gatz.

NASA’s Leonard Newman and his wife Sherri with Attain president Manish Agarwal and National Kidney Foundation National Capital Area president Pamela Gatz.

At WashingtonExec, we always have our ears to the ground for breaking news and intriguing stories within the government contracting industry. We also know our readers are quite busy, and yet they still need to know what is happening in the industry.

Our weekly e-magazine keeps you informed of contract awards, upcoming local events, who’s who in the contracting world, and much more. And, the e-magazine delivers this information quickly so you can get on with your day.

Following the big GovCon awards earlier this month, our newsroom was a bit quieter this week.

A handful of people have found themselves in news jobs — Steve Cook is at Dynetics, Karen Lou Dickey is at CENTERPOINT, Inc. and Laura Jones is at General Dynamics, among others.  To see all of the new positions and work anniversaries, be sure to check out our weekly RollCall.

Contracts were awarded this week to HumanTouch’s EnLight, A-T Solutions and SRA International.

WashingtonExec spoke with CCSi’s Rich Mylod on how technology can improve rural veterans’ health; our Millennial Maverick’s series continued with Sapient’s Katie Hotka; and Zantech’s Zia Islam discussed high-impact contracting trends.

Make sure to mark your calendar for Jan. 21 — National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo will speak at INSA’s Leadership Dinner.

The Northern Virginia Technology Council announced the finalists for their 2014 Tech Awards.

All of this information and more can be found in this week’s e-magazine.

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