TechAmerica bids adieu to Olga Grkavac

After more than 31 years, Olga Grkavac is retiring from TechAmerica policy and advocacy role.

Lockheed's 5 principles for a stronger workforce

Stephanie C. Hill, Lockheed Martin president of Information Systems & Global Services-Civil, explains the five principles behind building a stronger workforce.

Women in Technology names leadership team

Nancy Lamberton to lead Women in Technology. Group names new board and leadership team for 2012-13.

Do you know the best contractor CTO in the market?

Nominations are being accepted for the 2012 Government Contractor CTO Innovator Awards which honor the critical role chief technology officers play in the success of their companies.

TASC executive named to chair Industry Advisory Council

Company’s chief growth officer starts one-year term July 1.

TechAmerica’s new CEO unveils major changes

Industry organization will close offices, cut staff and concentrate on central mission.

NVTC unveils new board of directors

The members of the newly elected board will serve three-year terms.

NVTC honors top D.C. area tech financiers, CFOs

Annual event recognizes achievement and excellence in Greater Washington region's technology community.

CSC taps former Gannett, Sprint exec as next CFO

Paul Saleh will succeed Michael Mancuso, who announced his retirement in February.

SECAF names finalists for niche contractor awards

Fourth Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum Awards will announce winners at a gala in May.

Pair of IT, cybersecurity experts joins consultancy

Peter Dube and Roger Caslow leave government for private industry posts.

No executive order for gay federal contractors

For now, President Obama won't be signing an executive order protecting homosexual workers from discrimination while contracting.

Doan defends Bush on conference spending

Doan said the Obama administration is diverting attention away from itself by blaming George W. Bush for a new scandal over a lavish conference.

Jim Ghiloni takes over new GSA program

Ghiloni will serve as the new head of GSA's Integrations, a new professional services contract.

Was I wrong about journalists?

The FCW Insider may have spoken too soon when he suggested that most reporters are not interested in sensationalizing news.

Deltek co-founder dies of lung disease

Donald deLaski applied his accounting skills to emerging computer technologies to create Deltek as a software company dedicated to government contractors.

Help a reporter out: 6 tips for working with the media

The FCW Insider offers some tips for agency public affairs officials.

SAIC founder inspires hot-tub pranksters

Robert Beyster's gift to his alma mater inspires students to install a hot tub in his honor.

Lieberman, Collins have common sense, group says

Industry group says the pair are important players in the operations and management of federal procurement.

OPM botches Presidential Management Fellows finalist notification

Some semifinalists in the competitive Presidential Management Fellows program were mistakenly told they had been accepted as finalists.