We might be approaching the busy holiday season, but the news hasn’t slowed down. Thanks to our WashingtonExec Weekly E-Magazine, you can still keep track of all the latest shakeups in our industry. Here’s what happened the week of Dec. 8, in case you missed it:
In this week’s issue of RollCall, you’ll learn which five people have new jobs and the seven who are celebrating a workplace anniversary.
Contract awards went to A-T Solutions Inc. to support the FBI’s Evidence Response Team Unit and Subsystem Technologies Inc. to support the U.S. Army’s Armament Research Development Engineering Center.
Preferred Systems Solutions acquired Government Contract Solutions Inc., its third acquisition in six months.
The Obama Administration announced new initiatives in an effort to improve the federal acquisition process.
In executive moves and board appointments, CRGT Inc. appointed former USPS Corporate Information Security Officer Charles McGann as its Chief Cyber Strategist; PSC named MacAulay Brown Inc. President and CEO Sid Fuchs to its Defense Intelligence Council Executive Advisory Board; and Leidos Health appointed Steven Russell as its SVP of Sales and Strategic Accounts.
WashingtonExec also featured two video interviews recorded at the annual govcon awards: Ed Swallow spoke about the STEM pipeline and 2015 STEM Symposium, and Phil Panzarella discussed his work with the Easter Seals.
We also spoke with Suntiva President and CEO Hany Malik, who shared his unique, and very personal, mission to run a company with the core values he learned from an early age, as well as tips for completing the 8(a) program successfully.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) announced Dec. 8 the winners of the 2014 NVTC Tech Awards, a new awards program recognizing influential leaders and innovative companies/firms in Northern Virginia’s technology community.
For all of this information and more, read this week’s e-Magazine in it’s entirety here.