Roy Foreman and Omar Thompson of Northrop Grumman Corporation received top awards at the 27th annual Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) STEM Global Competitiveness Conference. The employees were [...]
Retired U.S. Air Force (USAF) Colonel Robert “Mark” Douglas has been named Senior Client Executive at Array Information Technology’s (ARRAY) Defense Systems group. “Mark is a well regarded leader in [...]
Dave Arundel will manage IT firm TWD & Associates’ new Governmentwide Acquisition Contract Center for indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts. He will also oversee new processes and procedures at the center for the ...
NJVC has announced two additions to its management team: Von Gardiner, who will be the senior manager of the company’s Department of Defense program and John Wallace, as vice president [...]
With over 25 years of sales experience, Anthony Robbins leads Brocade‘s federal business unit as vice president. He attended Jacksonville State University on a basketball scholarship, and credits coaches and mentors in [...]
Electronic Consulting Services, Inc., which has more than doubled in recent years to 1,200 employees and over $200 million in annual revenue, has acquired enterprise software firm iLuMinA. The company [...]
The Department of Defense has awarded security technology provider Decision Sciences International with a contract to test systems for detecting explosive devices using muon tomography. Muons are subatomic particles that [...]
The U.S. Army Geospatial Center, which provides relevant information for Army land operations, has awarded Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) a prime contract for research, intelligence and support services. “We [.. ...
Engility Holdings, Inc., a Virginia-based federal contractor, will provide all personnel and services for the Army’s Korea Battle Simulation Center through a single-award contract. Engility will support mission training areas [...]
New WashingtonExec Series: The possibility of sequestration, or automatic budget cuts that could take effect on Jan. 2 if Congress fails to agree on how to cut $1.2 trillion dollars [...]