Tag Archives: SRA International

Terry Ryan Succeeds Tim Reardon as Constellis CEO

Terry Ryan

Constellis has announced that Tim Reardon, the company’s chief executive officer and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient, has resigned from his role. Lead director and previous Wash100 Award winner, Terry Ryan, will succeed Reardon as executive chairman and chief executive officer with Constellis, effective immediately. Before joining SAIC, Ryan was the vice president and director for SRA International's C4ISR Center. 

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Report: Poor Contract Handling Leads EPA to Pay ‘Unallowable’ Fees

A new watchdog report shows the Environmental Protection Agency overpaid contractors in a $100 million information technology contract due to poor contract management controls. The audit issued Monday by EPA’s office of inspector general reviewed 11 of 64 invoices released between March 2018 and February 2019 through a single task order under the contract with SRA International. The IG said it received a complaint about EPA’s invoices and payments. 

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White House Plans EO for Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The administration is working with federal agencies and private-sector suppliers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions ahead of a new executive order from President Barack Obama that seeks to further efforts to address climate change. The Office of the Press Secretary announced Thursday that Obama will mandate a 40 percent decrease in …

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ExecutiveBiz Keeps Focus on GovCon Healthcare IT Movements

Executive Mosaic staffers cast their eye every day on the GovCon industry’s largest players by tracking the latest executive appointments and business activity that shapes the sector. One area our media team has seen increased activity in is healthcare IT, where agencies are increasingly looking to contractors for cutting-edge technology …

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Stuxnet, Game-changing? Think Again, Cyber Expert Says

If you’ve followed cyber news at all in the past six months, you’ve probably heard of Stuxnet, the malicious Internet worm that targeted Iran’s critical infrastructure. And, you’ve probably also heard how Stuxnet was “game-changing,” because of its devastating demonstration of a cyber attack’s potential to wreak havoc on critical …

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