WT podcast lands top executives
The Washington Technology Project 38 podcast is coming off of a nice run of interviews featuring senior executives from some of the larger companies in the market.
In our last four podcasts we’ve had interview with:
Tom Romeo, general manager of Maximus' federal segment. He discussed where the business is headed in light of Maximus' acquisition of the former General Dynamics call center business.
Speaking of General Dynamics, another recent podcast is an interview with Chris Marzilli, executive vice president of GD's Mission Systems and Information Technology segments.
We broke that interview into two parts. In part one, we talk about the changes the company has gone through and what drove those shifts. For part two, we talk about the integration of CSRA and what lies ahead for the businesses.
Nazzic Keene. We talked with the new CEO of Science Applications International Corp. as she was preparing to take the reins from Tony Moraco. Keene shares her vision for SAIC and where she’ll be focusing as CEO after spending the last two years as the chief operating officer.
Chuck Harrington. The chairman of CEO of Parsons has had a busy year. He led the company through a major transition moving from a wholly employee-owned company to a publicly-traded one. They also have been an active acquirer. He talks about how the company needed to change and how they see being public as helping them meet their goals.
We have over 20 Project 38 podcasts, where we talk to industry leaders about the market and how it is evolving. You can listen to any of our past podcasts on the website. You also can follow us on Google Play and iTunes.
Our goal with Project 38 is to explore the current state of the market and where it is headed next. The best way to do that is to talk to the leading executives in the government market.
Posted by Nick Wakeman on Aug 01, 2019 at 1:29 PM