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PROJECT 38: The evolution of 'Verizon 2.0' & its public sector arm

Verizon wants to be the indispensable partner alongside its customers for modernizing their networks. In this episode, Verizon's public sector leader Jennifer Chronis explains to our Ross Wilkers what that means for the business she leads and how the larger "Verizon 2.0" strategy continues to shape the unit.

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PROJECT 38: When's the right time to sell your company?

Often coverage of mergers and acquisitions focuses on the buyer and what it means to them. But in this episode of Project 38, Brandee Daly tells Editor Nick Wakeman why she decided the time was right to sell her company to Smartronix.

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PROJECT 38: Inside Leidos' culture of change

On the cusp of his retirement, Leidos Chief Financial Officer James Reagan speaks with Editor Nick Wakeman about how the No. 1 company on the 20201 Top 100 embraces change as a critical part of its cultural and success.

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PROJECT 38: Booz Allen's next strategic plan and the power of diversity

This episode features excerpts from Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman's interview with Karen Dahut, the leader of Booz Allen Hamilton's defense and commercial business. They talk about the company's next strategic plan, the power of diversity and what it will take for Booz Allen to survive another 100 years.

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PROJECT 38: How to survive today's tech stressors

In part two of Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers’ discussion with BAE Systems’ Peder Jungck and Dell Federal's Cameron Chehreh they take on the stressors being felt across the tech market.

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PROJECT 38: Inside the strategy of the newest M&A player

With four acquisitions in 18 months, Sagewind Capital has created a new middle-tier company in Axient that has the backing to make more deals in the federal space as well as pursue an organic growth strategy. In this conversation with Axient CEO Patrick Murphy, Editor Nick Wakeman explores the new company’s strategy and what comes next.

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PROJECT 38: Finances and the art of IT modernization

Investments in technology and modernization don’t happen without the right financial modeling in place and to walk us through that process Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers sits down with BAE Systems' Peder Jungck and Dell Federal’s Cameron Chehreh.

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PROJECT 38: Triangulating the future of technology, consulting & the workforce

Technology and consulting go hand-in-hand across the public sector with the workforce as the link between both. In this episode of project 38, executives from CGI Federal and ICF talk with Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers about how all three elements are going to look much different in the future.

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PROJECT 38: Inside today's stellar M&A market

The last two years have seen a significant increase in the number of mergers and acquisitions taking place in the government market. Editor Nick Wakeman and Jean Stack of the investment bank Baird discuss what’s driving the deals and why the rampant pace is likely to continue.

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PROJECT 38: Why a whole lotta data is only part of the equation

How does industry work with a government customer that must save every single piece of data it collects? Andrew Churchill of Qlik Federal tells our Ross Wilkers how new practices and an emphasis on the workforce can help.

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PROJECT 38: How the way you think creates risk

Steve Kelman, professor at the Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and writer of FCW’s The Lectern blog, joins Editor Nick Wakeman for a conversation about the dangers of Black Swans and Gray Rhinos and why it is so important to break out of our typical way of thinking.

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PROJECT 38: Biden, JEDI and DISA in the news

Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman and Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers are joined by FCW Executive Editor Adam Mazmanian and Senior Editor Lauren Williams to give their early views on President Biden’s address to Congress, another JEDI court ruling and what’s happening at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

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Project 38 podcast marks 100 episodes

Since its launch in 2018, Washington Technology's Project 38 podcast has produced over 100 episodes and hosted a wide range of executives and other market experts to explore the state of the market and the future of government contracting

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PROJECT 38: Can agencies force contractors to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Can agencies require contractors to get the COVID-19 vaccine? Maybe, but it is complicated as attorneys Al Krachman and Brooke Iley explain to Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers in this episode.

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PROJECT 38: How small businesses can be M&A players too

John Allen of Bluestone Investment Partners tells WT Editor Nick Wakeman how small businesses can find a way to become players in today's hyperactive merger-and-acquisition landscape.

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PROJECT 38: What's new on CMMC & what's next

FCW Senior Editor Lauren Williams, our resident expert on the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, stops by Project 38 to talk with Editor Nick Wakeman and Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers about the latest on the rollout of those new standards for contractors.

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What will drive the deals in 2021?

In this episode of Project 38, Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman and Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers discuss how they see little ahead to slow the pace of mergers and acquisitions in the federal market as buyers of all types continue to make big deals.

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PROJECT 38: What investor concerns say about the federal market

This wide-ranging discussion has Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers talk with Jon Raviv, an equity research analyst, and venture capitalist Mark Frantz about how investors are weighing federal budgets, mergers and acquisitions, and other factors driving the market.

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PROJECT 38: BlueHalo's strategy for transforming modern warfare

BlueHalo hit the market hard with six acquisitions in 2020 and as CEO Jonathan Moneymaker explains to Editor Nick Wakeman, this latest platform of Arlington Capital Partners is pursuing opportunities around the transformation of modern warfare.

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PROJECT 38: Was the SAIC-Unisys Federal deal worth it?

It’s been a year since Science Applications International Corp. made one of the biggest acquisitions of 2020 and this conversation between Editor Nick Wakeman and Bob Genter, SAIC's defense and civilian president, starts with the question: Was the Unisys Federal acquisition worth it?

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