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Parry Labs hires Palantir vet as tech chief

Parry Labs' new chief technology officer joins that defense technology company from Palantir, where he led federal capture.


Huntington Ingalls' board adds former Navy general counsel

The largest U.S. military shipbuilder's board of directors gains a new member that once was the Navy's top legal official.


Deloitte brings in former Space Force, Air Force tech official

Kim Crider, who held senior technology leadership roles at the Space Force and Air Force, joins Deloitte's government practice to work with agencies on adopting artificial intelligence and data analytics capabilities.


Peraton hires new procurement chief

Peraton's new chief procurement officer will lead efforts to drive efficiency and reduce complexity in the company's overall supply chain.


Teledyne elevates new defense segment leader

Teledyne Technologies names a new executive vice president for its defense business who will lead the effort to make the most last year's FLIR acquisition.


SAIC names new Army lead

Science Applications International Corp. brings in Jon Rucker as the new leader of its Army business.


Accenture takes on PTO development work

Under an $87 million task order, Accenture Federal Services will work with the Patent and Trademark Office on improving how people file and register for trademarks.


Veeam names new CEO

Data software company Veeam has hired a new CEO that joins it from RingCentral.


Sigma Defense Systems board adds A-T Solutions’ founder

Sigma Defense Systems’ board of directors elects a new member that has founded two companies over the course of his career including A-T Solutions.

Industry honors its leaders and partners

Up and comers and established companies alike were honored Oct. 10 as part of the fifth annual Greater Washington Government Contractor of the Year program.

Washington Technology receives Neal award

A May 2005 issue of Washington Technology that led with the hot topic of privacy protection won a Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award today at the annual Neal luncheon held by American Business Media.

Trezza named Washington Technology publisher

Tom Trezza Jr. has been named senior vice president and publisher of Washington Technology and its sister publication, Government Computer News.