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BlackSky elevates new finance chief

The nearly three-decade industry veteran also held the CFO role at what was then DigitalGlobe and GeoEye.

Ad Hoc makes acquisition for user experience footing

The digital services company wants to align with agencies' efforts to embrace techniques and tools found in the consumer technology landscape.

Akima brings in new growth chief

The 16-year veteran of Jacobs helped that company carry out its acquisition of KeyW Corp. in 2019.

CNSI stands up board of directors

The eight-member panel includes several executives from CNSI's private equity owner.

Presidio's acting federal leader takes role on permanent basis

Presidio Federal launched last year as a provider of IT solutions in that market.

Darktrace shifts exec to lead federal arm

The U.K. cyber firm is pushing a self-learning platform across the federal landscape.

Ensco names exec to lead combined national security, aerospace groups

Mission systems will be one of two segments at Ensco alongside surface transportation.

Small business hires new data analytics chief

Unissant's main client base includes the departments of Homeland Security, Health and Human Services, and Defense.

Redwire hires new chief financial officer

The space infrastructure company brings in the former leader of the "SPAC" that took Redwire public.

Teresa Carlson returns to Microsoft

She rejoins the company nearly 12 years on from her last stint there.

BigBear hires new finance chief in exec realignment

The company's current CFO is moving over to a new role focused on corporate strategy.

PROJECT 38: Why we all need mentor-protégé relationships

People are what really drive success no matter what the latest and greatest technology is. Marketing experts Mark Amtower and Sheri Ascencio share the story of their mentor-protégé relationship with Editor Nick Wakeman and explain why those are so valuable.

DCS elevates insider as new finance chief

This promotion follows another one that saw a new chief operating officer step into that role.

Cyber firm Horizon3 hires new federal leader

The San Francisco-headquartered company is led by a group of special operations and national security community veterans.

Senate committee clears bill that takes on conflicts of interest in federal contracting

A hearing the committee held leading up to the bill’s markup focused on a shortage of procurement officials in the federal workforce, which an industry witness said could be addressed if it weren’t for inflexible ethics rules.

Trend Micro stands up federal subsidiary

The Japan-headquartered cybersecurity company also shifts one of its vice presidents over to lead the federal business.

Ensco elevates new president

The company's rail business nearly doubled its revenue under his eight years of leadership there.