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Cloud Computing Focus of GovConExec Magazine Special Issue

Executive Mosaic, ExecutiveGov’s parent company and publisher of GovConExec magazine, a publication geared toward news and analysis of government contracting, will launch a special issue devoted to one of the most important issues facing both the government and the private sector: cloud computing.

The latest issue, which marks GovConExec’s second year of publishing, features a deep dive into the technology as well as government-contracting executives who have heeded the call to create cloud services for their government clients.

Chief technology officers at top IT firms explain what makes the technology tick and how the cloud can be used to leverage gains in healthcare, intelligence activities and spaces across the the federal sector.

“Cloud computing is a major emerging trend in the government contracting market, and GovConExec magazine is right on top of it,” said Executive Mosaic Publisher Jim Garrettson. “That’s what our magazine does best. We provide cutting-edge coverage geared toward the executives who lead the government contracting industry.”

Gerry Simone, who was recently named editor-in-chief of Executive Media’s online and print publications, said the topic is a compelling one for both the public and private sectors.

“We wanted to highlight this new technology and invite top government contractors with cloud expertise to share their insight,” she said.

Along with the cloud computing coverage, the latest issue features a breakdown of the unique dimensions of mergers and acquisitions in government contracting, a particularly potent topic given the renewed attention M&A has received from the Defense Department. Also, the magazine features a piece about the evolving technology of biometrics and Identity Management and how federal agencies are implementing some of these high-tech solutions.

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