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Report: Former JPMorgan Exec Dana Deasy Named DoD CIO

Dana Deasy, formerly chief information officer at JPMorgan Chase, will serve as the Defense Department’s new CIO starting early May, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. Deasy will oversee cybersecurity, data use and communication efforts as DoD begins to adopt cloud platforms to help accelerate the decision-making process on the battlefield, …

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Siemens’ Judy Marks Joins Commerce Dept’s Investment Advisory Council; Wilbur Ross Comments

Judy Marks, CEO of Siemens‘ U.S. subsidiary, has been selected for membership on the Commerce Department‘s Investment Advisory Council. The department said Monday that Marks joins 15 other IAC members who aim to identify  and implement strategies to increase investment opportunities in the country. “Judy’s knowledge and experience will no doubt be invaluable as we set out to …

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Commerce Department Appoints Members to Newly Established Investment Advisory Council

The Commerce Department has appointed 19 executives from the government and commercial sectors to the newly-established U.S. Investment Advisory Council. Members will provide input to help draw and keep foreign direct investment interest and will represent local companies, entities and organizations that seeks to promote FDI, DOC said Tuesday. “U.S. affiliates of …

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Stanley McChrystal Named Chair of Siemens Govt Tech Board

Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the former commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, has been appointed chairman of the board of directors for Siemens Government Technologies, the company announced Monday. McChrystal served in the Afghanistan command post from 2009-10 prior to his retirement after a 34-year Army career. …

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First Lady Says Companies Commiting to Hiring Military Spouses

The Defense Department reported that on a recent visit to Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., first lady Michelle Obama announced a private sector hiring commitment of 25,000 military spouses and veterans as part of the Joining Forces campaign. The first lady indicated that 270 companies represented by the American Logistics Association for doing business in …

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