WashingtonExec’s Year in Review: 2015 Mergers & Acquisitions

Ken Asbury, CEO, CACI International

Ken Asbury, CEO, CACI International

Today you will find the federal contracting industry’s top merger and acquisition news within the past 12 months, over 33 transactions and counting. Read the weekly digital magazine here.

We at WashingtonExec want to send a special thank you out to our readers, members, speakers and supporters for the impact that they have made not only in the local business community, but also within the development of our organization. Our daily and weekly digital magazine continues to expand, with over 115,000 monthly readers and annual website page views of 1 million.

Our company has grown to over 11 outcome-based and result-oriented networking Councils. The WashingtonExec General Managers Council, led by John Sutton of Vencore, is a platform for leaders to gain advanced and targeted knowledge on best practices for operating, winning and growing their respective businesses across the federal marketplace. Fit executives are direct reports to CEOs/COOs and run P&Ls of $50M in revenue and above. As Chairman, Sutton is spearheading this initiative to address the specific needs of executives in the General Manager role, beyond day-to-day tactical and direct report issues. The Council will collaborate on challenges such as the future of govcon industry, cultural implications of competing generations, the art of M&A integration, management of abstract verse tactical leadership goals, and adjacent market penetration. Roundtable speakers will be selected from both the acquisition and delivery side of government, along with industry growth and branding experts. Find out more by contacting WashingtonExec (info@washingtonexec.com).

We look forward to publishing content about contract award wins, merger and acquisition activity, in-depth features, science and technology achievements, mentorship, nonprofit initiatives, and the leaders behind it all in 2016. Read the weekly digital magazine in its entirety here.

Sincerely,

Brynn Koeppen
Editor-in-Chief of WashingtonExec

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