It’s an exciting week here at WashingtonExec, with the 2015 K-12 STEM Symposium this Saturday, March 7. STEM Council Chairman Ed Swallow appeared on WJLA ABC 7’s “Government Matters” to discuss STEM issues and to preview this weekend’s Symposium.
Here’s what else is happening in the govcon industry during the first week of March:
WashingtonExec spoke with Ingenicomm’s Amit Puri about what he believes it takes to become a successful entrepreneur in the government contracting industry. PhRMA’s John Castellani gave us an insight to the 2015 Leukemia Ball, scheduled for March 28.
In Executive Moves and Board Appointments, former HHS Director David Flynn joined WBB as their Client Partner for Health and Federal Services and SAIC appointed Deborah Dunie to its Board of Directors. Newly-appointed Maryland Secretary of the Dept. of Human Resources Sam Malhotra, founder and CEO of Sybsystem Technologies Inc., will be on a leave of absence while serving in the position.
The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for the Greater Washington Innovation Awards.
CACI International has been awarded a prime position to support the Dept. Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Personnel, Training & Education, while the U.S. Navy awarded SAIC a task order to support its Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.
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