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Executive Mosaic’s portfolio of more than five media platforms serves to inform executives from across GovCon and the defense sector of the events, people and companies that shape their industry.
ExecutiveBiz is one of EM’s premiere websites and focuses on the news that executives must know, including alerts on new contracts and industry reports, to conduct and acquire new business.
The website also includes a feature that goes beyond news, and transports the reader directly to the leaders who create it.
Executive Spotlights are in-depth Q&A’s which ExecutiveBiz conducts with numerous chief and top-level executives in GovCon.
The intimate access afforded by the interviews provides insights on how companies are acquiring new business, what the future holds and a look at the personal side of GovCon executives.
The two most recent executive spotlights featured Scott McCoy, chief legal officer at Siemens Government Technologies, and Bill Schuster who is chief operating officer at GeoEye.
In addition to being the chief legal officer at Siemens, McCoy acts as the head compliance officer, a position he explains thoroughly in his interview with ExecutiveBiz.
He touches on themes such as web-based vs. live compliance training, what he looks for when hiring counselors and the possible effects of sequestration on Siemens and his legal department.
This Q&A is a great read for those who are interested in corporate law as it relates to GovCon, and an essential read for executives in the industry.
Bill Schuster has had a long career in both the public and private sectors, working at the CIA for 22 years and holding high-level management positions at Harris Corp. and BAE Systems before coming to GeoEye.
The GovCon expert has a unique perspective on acquisition as he has been on both sides of the table, and he compares leader’s approaches to garnering business from the government.
He also discusses the imagery business’ prospects considering the current budget landscape and how far the industry has come since he joined GeoEye.