WashingtonExec News & Insights for the DC Area Executive 2015-05-05T21:10:22Z http://www.washingtonexec.com/feed/atom/ Lauren Budik <![CDATA[Data Systems Analysts Inc. Wins Task Order Under ENCORE II Contract]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57517 2015-05-05T21:10:22Z 2015-05-05T21:10:22Z Data Systems Analysts Inc. (DSA) announced Feb. 27 that the company has been awarded a task order by Program Executive Office (PEO) Ammunition Operational and Information Technology Support and Services (AOITSS) under its ENCORE II contract. “We are delighted with the award of this contract to support the Warfighter,” DSA CEO Fran Pierce said. “Along with [...]

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Fran Pierce, Data Systems Analysts Inc.

Fran Pierce, Data Systems Analysts Inc.

Data Systems Analysts Inc. (DSA) announced Feb. 27 that the company has been awarded a task order by Program Executive Office (PEO) Ammunition Operational and Information Technology Support and Services (AOITSS) under its ENCORE II contract.

“We are delighted with the award of this contract to support the Warfighter,” DSA CEO Fran Pierce said. “Along with our subcontractor, SMS Data Products (SMS), we look forward to supporting PEO AMMO in achieving its business transformation and system enhancement goals through strategic planning, engineering and field support services.”

“The continuation of this contract shows the confidence the Army has with DSA and SMS and further illustrates their ongoing commitment to meeting the Army’s mission critical information goals in supporting the warfighter,” SMS Vice President of Strategic Programs John Cordeiro said. “We are confident that our engineers and staff will assist in transforming the Army to a managed service environment with more flexible and affordable solutions.”

DSA and SMS will continue to provide the Army with business process transformation, IT systems development, operations and maintenance, and managed services.

Related: Data Systems Analysts Inc. Awarded Task Order by Defense Information Systems Agency

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[FAA Awards SAIC Contract to Provide Training, Program Support]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57525 2015-05-05T20:51:30Z 2015-05-05T20:51:30Z McLean, Va.-based Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) announced May 4 that the company has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide all training and training program support services under the FAA Controller Training Contract (CTC). The single-award, firm-fixed-price and time and materials contract has a three-year [...]

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Dan Harris, SAIC

Dan Harris, SAIC

McLean, Va.-based Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) announced May 4 that the company has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide all training and training program support services under the FAA Controller Training Contract (CTC).

The single-award, firm-fixed-price and time and materials contract has a three-year period of performance, two one-year options, and the current total estimated contract value is $425 million, with a maximum contract ceiling of $727 million.

“We are pleased to provide FAA with this critical training support to help their mission,” SAIC senior vice president and general manager of the Federal Civilian Customer Group Dan Harris said. “Through SAIC’s creativity and collaboration, we aim to bring innovative solutions to FAA that demonstrate new technologies and techniques in order to provide the highest quality instruction. We are honored to continue our longstanding support to FAA by providing these services to new and existing ATC employees.”

SAIC will provide support services to the FAA Academy and Air Traffic Control (ATC) Facilities to help FAA fulfill controller training requirements. These services include program management support; classroom training; simulation and laboratory training; monitoring of student progress; training development, maintenance and revision; air traffic training program support; administrative support; and innovation support.

Work will be performed mainly in Oklahoma City, Washington, D.C., and air traffic control sites nationwide.

Related: Former SAIC CEO Walt Havenstein to Lead Americans for Peace Prosperity and Security as State Chairman

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[MacAulay-Brown Inc. Awarded Consolidated Professional Services Schedule Contract by GSA]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57529 2015-05-05T20:49:52Z 2015-05-05T20:49:52Z Dayton, Ohio-based MacAulay-Brown Inc. (MacB), which has an office in Vienna, Va., announced May 4 that the company has been awarded a Consolidated Professional Services Schedule (PSS) prime contract by the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide a range of professional services. The multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract has a five-year base period of performance and three [...]

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Jim Soos, MacAulay-Brown, Inc.

Dayton, Ohio-based MacAulay-Brown Inc. (MacB), which has an office in Vienna, Va., announced May 4 that the company has been awarded a Consolidated Professional Services Schedule (PSS) prime contract by the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide a range of professional services.

The multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract has a five-year base period of performance and three five year options. The contract vehicle has no dollar ceiling limit.

“Today’s award is another example of MacB partnering with GSA to provide our customers with the optimum contracting vehicle for professional services,” MacB’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Communications Jim Soos said. “The addition of the consolidated PSS, along with our OASIS contract and Alliant vehicle, enables MacB to provide services and solutions to current and future customers globally.”

The MacB Consolidated PSS provides a one-stop shop approach to fulfilling professional services solutions spanning across the single schedules of Professional Engineering Services (PES) and Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS), while also providing a platform for additional services.

Related: WashingtonExec Rising Stars Hosts Sid Fuchs: “Don’t Confuse Activity with Results”

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[WashingtonExec RollCall: Your Inside Look at Our Network’s Professional Activity]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57270 2015-05-04T13:13:19Z 2015-05-04T13:13:19Z WashExec Executive RollCall: JD Kathuria pulls from the broader WashingtonExec network to dish out the area’s who’s who and what’s what. When it comes to striking deals, who you know trumps what you know in the government contracting community. And with four years of WashingtonExec’s outcome and result-oriented networking programs and events behind us, I’ve decided [...]

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WashExec Executive RollCall: JD Kathuria pulls from the broader WashingtonExec network to dish out the area’s who’s who and what’s what.

When it comes to striking deals, who you know trumps what you know in the government contracting community. And with four years of WashingtonExec’s outcome and result-oriented networking programs and events behind us, I’ve decided to expand our networking offering with some supplementary content.

The WashingtonExec Roll Call is a weekly feature within the WashingtonExec e-magazine that leverages our connections to catalog the area’s happenings.

We have tapped into our thousands of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and in-person connections to compile and share with you information about the promotions, company switches, job openings and work anniversaries that transpire within the broader WashingtonExec network.

The end result? A running map of who’s where — professionally — in the Greater Washington area.


In this week’s WashExec RollCall, we saw 17 new hires/promotions and 11 work anniversaries. Read on for insight about the topics that caught our eyes and ears this past week within our network’s virtual water cooler.

Marjorie Bailey, CACI International Inc.

Marjorie Bailey, CACI International Inc.

New Hires/Promotions:
Jogesh Bagga is now Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking at SunTrust
Marjorie Bailey is now EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer at CACI International Inc.
Richard Bibb is now Vice President, Federal Sales at Plexxi Inc.
Mark Brunner is now Vice President at The Cohen Group
Earl M. Furfine is now Financial and Entrepreneurial Advisor at Nexster Inc.
Amit Garg is now Director at Berkeley Research Group LLC
Nicole Gillen is now Market Manager, Life Sciences at CSC
Doreen Harwood is now Program Manager at NSA
Stephanie Iwasiw is now Director of Human Resources at XLA
Mark Kneidinger is now Deputy Director, Cybersecurity & Communication, Federal Network Resilience at U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Sherry Martin is now Executive Assistant to President, Federal Systems at Unisys
Kimberly “Kymm” McCabe is now CEO at ValueStorm Growth Partners
Takisha Schulterbrandt is now Vice President, Health and Human Services, for ManTech Health
Dan Smith is now the Chief Solution Architect at KCG
John Smith is now Senior Vice President and Business Development Executive at CACI International Inc.
Lori Stallard is now Business Development at Lockheed Martin
Dan Twomey is now Industry Expert supporting IT Category Management at GSA

Work Anniversaries:
Erika Chambers this month celebrates eight years at EY
Piper Conrad this month celebrates five years at PKC Consulting
Chris Craig this month celebrates 15 years at Unanet
Madelyne D’Angelo this month celebrates three years at CRGT Inc.
Julie Kantor this month celebrates two years at STEMconnector® & Million Women Mentors®
Amit Puri this month celebrates five years at Ingenicomm
Chris Quaid this month celebrates six years at 222 CACS
David Simon this month celebrates three years at CSC
John Sutton this month celebrates four years at Vencore Inc. (QinetiQ NA)
Alisa Sweeney this month celebrates one year at 2U
Dusty Wince this month celebrates 15 years at Knowledge Consulting Group

In the News:
National security contributor Loren Thompson of Forbes wrote, “Raytheon Revs Up Growth With Bold Websense Cyber Venture,” which discusses Raytheon’s acquisition of cybersecurity firm Websense to form a joint venture with Vista Equity Partners.

News at WashingtonExec:
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The Execs on the Move Group has gained traction with many changes at the executive levels in the government and government contracting industry. This group consists of executives in various states of transition – ranging from plans to re-enter the govcon industry, engaging in start-up work, consulting or serving as Board of Advisors/Directors. Recent retired government executives are also represented. Topics for 2015 will include LinkedIn (basic and advanced features), self-awareness, board appointments and changes in the federal market space. This group is chaired by Carlos Echalar Chief Advisor & President of the Workforce Advisory Group. 

The conversation about the importance of STEM and the opportunities for students to get involved continues despite the completion of the 2015 K-12 STEM Symposium. We have created a 50-page Parent Action Plan, which features STEM-related summer camps, after-school activities, online resources, educator training, internship information, best practices, science-related apps and more.

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[ACG National Capital Names 2015 Corporate Growth Award Winners]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57493 2015-05-04T12:42:42Z 2015-05-04T12:42:42Z ACG National Capital announced April 30 the winners of the 2015 Corporate Growth Awards at a black tie gala. The awards recognize the enterprises and individuals in the greater Washington, D.C. metro area’s business community that have exhibited excellence in corporate growth and dealmaking over the past year. “The Washington, D.C. business community represents a diverse [...]

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Preferred Systems Solutions Inc. Scott Goss, Winner of Dealmaker of the Year (Private Company)

ACG National Capital announced April 30 the winners of the 2015 Corporate Growth Awards at a black tie gala. The awards recognize the enterprises and individuals in the greater Washington, D.C. metro area’s business community that have exhibited excellence in corporate growth and dealmaking over the past year.

“The Washington, D.C. business community represents a diverse group of markets and industries that are all well represented among the finalists of this year’s Corporate Growth Awards,” Houlihan Lokey Managing Director and chair of the 2015 Corporate Growth Awards Committee Jean Stack said. “We want to congratulate this year’s winners for continuing their contributions to one of the largest, most successful economies in the country and for driving corporate growth across the region.”

The 2015 Corporate Growth Award Winners include:

  • Dealmaker of the Year (Private Company): Scott Goss, Preferred Systems Solutions Inc.
  • Dealmaker of the Year (Public Company): Tony Smeraglinolo, Engility
  • Emerging Growth Company Award (Less than $25M): Altruista Health
  • Corporate Growth Company Award ($25M-$75M): APT
  • Corporate Growth Company Award ($75M-$250M): MyEyeDr.
  • Corporate Growth Company Award (More than $250M): Maximus
  • Venture Deal of the Year: Zoomdata
  • Private Equity Deal of the Year: OGSystems Partnership with General Catalyst Partners
  • Strategic Deal of the Year (Less than $50M): Accela Acquisition of Kinsail Corporation
  • Strategic Deal of the Year ($50M-$250M): The SI Organization, Inc. (now Vencore) Acquisition of QinetiQ North America Services and Solutions Group
  • Strategic Deal of the Year (More than $250M): Raytheon Acquisition of Blackbird Technologies

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[WashingtonExec Weekly E-Magazine: News You Need to Know]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57498 2015-05-04T12:40:16Z 2015-05-04T12:40:16Z Here’s what’s happening in the govcon sphere this first week of May: WashingtonExec spoke with AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ CEO Peter Smith, as the company celebrates 40 years in business and what’s been the secret to their success. InCadence CEO Sandy Corbett offered her insight on what the company is doing to develop technologies that analyze and [...]

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Peter Smith, AMERICAN SYSTEMS

Here’s what’s happening in the govcon sphere this first week of May:

WashingtonExec spoke with AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ CEO Peter Smith, as the company celebrates 40 years in business and what’s been the secret to their success. InCadence CEO Sandy Corbett offered her insight on what the company is doing to develop technologies that analyze and unlock the value of date. Salient’s John Blatchford made the business case for Agile BI, including how organizations can leverage the methodology to get the most from their technology. Lastly, Leidos Chief Cybersecurity Technologist Gib Sorebo headed off to California to talk about the “Internet of Things” and the future security risks.

For upcoming events, we interviewed United Through Reading CEO Dr. Sally Ann Zoll and Doug Stewart, of BAE Systems, who is the chairman for the organization’s 2nd Annual Tribute to Military Families Gala, on what makes this black-tie event stand out, how the evening brings members of Congress together from across party lines and this year’s honorees..

In Executive Moves, Doreen Harwood has been named Leidos’ Operations Manager, and hCentive appointed Mary Good as Senior Vice President of HR.

Contract awards this week went to NCI Inc., SRA International, Serco Inc. and CACI.

KPMG has acquired Triad Technology Partners’ ServiceNow Professional Services Team, and Raytheon acquired Websense Inc. to expand the company’s cyber offerings.

In case you missed it, the U.S. Army announced the 60 finalists who will advance in 13th Annual eCYBERMISSION STEM Competition; the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce honored the winners of its 1st Greater Washington Innovation Awards and announced the finalists for its Corporate Citizenship Award.

Salient Federal hosted an Advanced Analytics Seminar for federal agencies; Pragmatics obtained ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 Service Management System Certification; @Legal Discovery released the latest version of CasePoint14; and LGS Innovations plans to add 50 jobs at its Westminster, Colo. location.

For all this news and our list of upcoming community and black tie events, read this week’s eMagazine in its entirety here.

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[Array Wins USAF Contract to Support Planning and Execution Program System]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57464 2015-05-01T02:07:49Z 2015-05-01T13:06:39Z Greenbelt, Md.-based Array Information Technology (ARRAY) announced April 30 that the U.S. Air Force (USAF) has selected ARRAY to support its Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES) system sustainment and development requirement. “Team ARRAY is proud to assume responsibility for sustainment and development of DCAPES,” ARRAY Defense Client Executive Brian Knott said. “In [...]

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Brian Knott, ARRAY

Brian Knott, ARRAY

Greenbelt, Md.-based Array Information Technology (ARRAY) announced April 30 that the U.S. Air Force (USAF) has selected ARRAY to support its Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES) system sustainment and development requirement.

“Team ARRAY is proud to assume responsibility for sustainment and development of DCAPES,” ARRAY Defense Client Executive Brian Knott said. “In addition to our previous effort to develop Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities for DCAPES operators, ARRAY is passionate about our continued support to this program and the evolution of the system to support its Joint War Planning mission.”

DCAPES is a program essential for the mobilization, deployment, employment, sustainment and redeployment of USAF forces. The system links USAF planners with Joint War planners through the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES).

Related: ARRAY Sponsors AFCEAN’s Winter 2015 Mentor Protégé Night

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[TeraThink, Infor Successfully Deploy Continuous Monitoring for DoD Governance, Risk and Compliance]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57449 2015-05-01T02:35:41Z 2015-05-01T12:32:47Z TeraThink Corporation and Infor announced April 17 the completion of the first successful deployment of Infor Approva Continuous Monitoring for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) in the Dept. of Defense for Washington Headquarters Service (WHS). “With Infor Approva Continuous Monitoring in place, we are able to provide WHS with visibility into user access and transaction [...]

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Thomas Byers, TeraThink Corp.

Thomas Byers, TeraThink Corp.

TeraThink Corporation and Infor announced April 17 the completion of the first successful deployment of Infor Approva Continuous Monitoring for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) in the Dept. of Defense for Washington Headquarters Service (WHS).

“With Infor Approva Continuous Monitoring in place, we are able to provide WHS with visibility into user access and transaction monitoring to be at an audit ready state, always,” TeraThink CPA and Senior Vice President Thomas Byers said. “This solution significantly lowers audit and compliance costs and provides a complete audit trail that is easily followed. The overwhelming speed and success of this deployment demonstrates to the entire DoD that a GRC continuous monitoring solution is not only within the realm of possibility, but necessary, affordable, security compliant, and easily attainable. We believe that when other agencies realize how functionally efficient, rapidly deployed and cost effective that this is, it will be the first step in Defense-wide adoption of GRC continuous monitoring solutions.”

“The ability to quickly and easily demonstrate compliance is critical for Federal organizations such as WHS and the DoD because citizens expect them to be accurate and transparent in terms of documenting internal processes and decision-making,” Federal Solutions, Infor Vice President Wayne Bobby said. “Infor Approva is built with industry-specific functionality for the federal government to help departments and agencies quickly identify the cause of exceptions, helping to mitigate risk and provide more detailed reporting for auditors.”

TeraThink was selected to design a commercial off-the-shelf solution to provide continuous monitoring of the EBAS-D Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Infor Approva was chosen for its ability to provide continuous monitoring of application security and transactions for Segregation of Duties violations and exceptions.

Related: TeraThink Corporation Wins GSA OASIS Contract

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[SRA International Awarded Prime Position on U.S. Army INSCOM GISS Contract]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57479 2015-05-01T02:27:42Z 2015-05-01T12:26:46Z Fairfax, Va.-based SRA International Inc. announced April 29 that the company has been awarded a prime position on the Global Intelligence Support Services (GISS) contract administered by the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). “SRA has a long history as a mission partner helping the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command meet its operational [...]

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George Batsakis, SRA International Inc.

Fairfax, Va.-based SRA International Inc. announced April 29 that the company has been awarded a prime position on the Global Intelligence Support Services (GISS) contract administered by the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).

“SRA has a long history as a mission partner helping the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command meet its operational challenges,” SRA’s National Security Group Executive Vice President George Batsakis said. “We are pleased to continue that tradition, bringing the full breadth of our intelligence expertise to bear, to help INSCOM and its partners achieve mission success.”

GISS is a $5 billion, multiple-award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Unrestricted Pool contract vehicle. SRA was also named as a teammate on the $2.2 billion Restricted Pool GISS IDIQ. The GISS Unrestricted Pool contract has one base year with four option years. The combined pools have a potential ceiling value of $7.2 billion.

INSCOM is a major Army command charged with providing soldiers the intelligence needed to understand the battlefield and to focus and leverage combat power. INSCOM collects and provides analysis and disseminates intelligence information in all intelligence disciplines.

Related: SRA International Awarded Task Order by VA to Support “MyCareer@VA” Program

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Lauren Budik <![CDATA[Unissant Completes Contract to Create New U.S. Mint eCommerce Website]]> http://www.washingtonexec.com/?p=57454 2015-05-01T02:14:42Z 2015-05-01T12:14:05Z Reston, Va.-based business management consultant company Unissant announced April 29 the completion of the company’s contract to support the United States Mint (US Mint) in managing the implementation of Order Management System II (OMS II). The new eCommerce website is expected to generate more than $500 million in revenue annually in numismatic/coin sales. The OMS II implementation [...]

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Manish Malhotra, President and CEO, Unissant

Manish Malhotra, President and CEO, Unissant

Reston, Va.-based business management consultant company Unissant announced April 29 the completion of the company’s contract to support the United States Mint (US Mint) in managing the implementation of Order Management System II (OMS II).

The new eCommerce website is expected to generate more than $500 million in revenue annually in numismatic/coin sales. The OMS II implementation effort was completed on time and within budget.

“We are proud to have the opportunity to support the US Mint’s mission since 2013 by helping to provide the best user experience for the end user,” Unissant President and CEO Manish Malhotra said.

Unissant provided business process analysis and management support to define and manage more than 1,000 distinct requirements, identify training needs, manage the integrated master schedule, track earned value and plan transition activities. Unissant also provided technical subject matter expertise to define 11 interfaces for external system integrations and data migration for more than 105 million records from legacy systems to OMS II.

Related: DoD Awards Unissant Military Health System Maintenance Contract
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