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Executive spotlights are in-depth Q&A’s which ExecutiveBiz conducts with numerous chief and top-level executives in GovCon. www.executivebiz.com
The intimate access afforded by these interviews provides insight as to how companies are acquiring new business, what the future holds and the personal side of GovCon executives.
This past week, ExecutiveBiz published two spotlights focusing on CEO’s in GovCon.
The first CEO is Michael Freeman of Project Performance Corporation who brings more than 25 years of federal IT experience to the organization.
“I came up through the ranks, kind of boot strapped myself up through the industry as a field engineer, systems engineer, software engineer and then became more oriented to the business,” he said in the interview.
In the Q&A, Freeman discusses his professional background, his views on what PPC does best, the company’s biggest contracts and the differences between small and large firm contracting.

In the second interview from the past week, ExecutiveBiz spoke to the President and CEO of Salient Federal Solutions, Brad Antle.
“We don’t anticipate sequestration to happen in the peanut butter approach where everybody gets an equal cut, he said in the interview.
“There will be winners and there will be losers in the budget pressures that are looming and will find their way in the 2014 and back out in the 2013 budgets.”
In his interview with ExecutiveBiz, Antle discusses the Salient Federal acquisition of LIST, the Agility as a ServiceSM software investment offering and the company’s focus on cyber and mobility.
Check www.executivebiz.com to read these interviews and many other spotlights like them
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