ManTech, BAE and SAIC shift executive positions

Major systems integrators shift their executives as resignations and pending retirements create a series of high-level openings.

Top 100 conference: Procurement reform and the evolving role of the prime contractor

Here some of the leading thinkers and trendsetters in the government market at the Top 100 conference.

Four ways to make social networking work for your company

Social networking at the corporate level requires leadership, adaptability and a no-fear attitude.

Deepwater can't shake DOJ's watchful eye

The Justice Department has declined to intervene to date but continues to examine allegations raised in the Deepwater False Claims Act lawsuit.

ManTech names Prior as president

ManTech today announced that Larry Prior is its new president and chief operating officer, replacing Robert Coleman.

Deepwater whistle-blower 'has a conscience,' attorney says

The engineer who blew the whistle on alleged shoddy practices in the Coast Guard's Deepwater project took action because of his own conscience, his attorney said today.

Napolitano backs E-Verify

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said she is a big supporter of E-Verify, the Web-based employment eligibility verification tool.

Maximize the potential of your association membership

We asked Stan Soloway, president of the Professional Services Council, and Phil Bond, president of TechAmerica, for advice on how people can get the most out of their association memberships.

Cyber Plan: Security exec remains underwhelmed by Obama’s vision

Triumfant's chief executive takes a contrarian view of the warmly received Obama cybersecurity report. He's "underwhelmed and unimpressed."

ACT and GITEC go separate ways

ACT ends affiliation with GITEC as part of a review of member councils.

Health IT alliance to spread stimulus gospel

Allscripts, Microsoft and Cisco are now members of an alliance meeting with doctors on the health IT economic stimulus law provisions.

Atkin's mission: Keeping SRA true to its roots

Timothy Atkin takes on the role of chief operating officer at SRA International Inc. with the job of managing day-to-day operations and concentrating on the federal services marketplace.

Ballard gets back into the contracting game

The Perot Systems vet has joined a small business to lead its new global services unit.

QinetiQ names new president

Mike Stolarik replaces Rob Topping who will move to a part-time consulting role.

Johnson retires from GSA, joins Deep Water Point

John Johnson, who is retiring from GSA May 2, joins four other partners at consulting firm Deep Water Point, which advises companies seeking business in the federal market.

CSC hires former Transportation CIO

Dan Mintz joins systems integrator as chief technology officer for the company's civil, health services business.

CGI hires former HHS doc as health care strategist

John Loonsk was part of HHS' Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.

IBM to cut 5,000 jobs, but government sector unaffected

Big Blue shifts more jobs overseas as a cost-cutting measure.

Cisco's Boston wins Fed100 Eagle award

Brad Boston wins Eagle award for industry at annual gala.

Copan promotes Layton, hires Flyzik

Will Layton becomes president of the federal division and Jim Flyzik will consult on the company's government strategy as special adviser.