Tag Archives: GovConExec

Jack London: The World Is a Dangerous Place

Jack London

After 20 years in the government contracting media business, I sense personally how much the industry mourns the passing of the true GovCon titan in Jack London of CACI. The ever vigilant Jack London spoke the words, “The world is a dangerous place“ with a clear sense of purpose. Because of people like Jack, a leader of character, the world is indeed a safer place.

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Federal IT Managers: $5.5B Cloud Savings Could Have Been $12B

While the federal government saved nearly $5.5 billion annually using cloud computing, federal information technology managers believe that number could have reached $12 billion, CRN reports. In surveying 108 IT managers and chief information officers, the MeriTalk Cloud Computing Exchange found the government could have saved more if it had …

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Frank Gaffney on Defense Budget, Sequestration in GovConExec Spring Issue

Sequestration is more than a buzz word in the GovCon industry and Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney has crunched the numbers to show just how significant directed cuts are to GovCon operations and the American population. Gaffney penned his findings in the Spring 2012 edition of GovConExec magazine, which is published by …

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GovConExec Magazine Finds Peak Markets for GovCon Industry

Executive Mosaic, the parent company of ExecutiveGov and a stable of online news properties geared toward the government-contracting industry, has launched the fall issue of its quarterly print magazine, GovConExec. The latest issue focuses on growth opportunities for government contractors. This issue comes at a time where the nation is …

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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 …

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