Hello, Guest!
ExecutiveGov published a number of important news stories and biographies in the past week concerning the U.S. federal government.
This release will look at two of the original biographies published on the site in the past week.
The first profile published was of Jim Russell, deputy director of the Defense Contract Management Agency, where he is the principal adviser to Director Charlie Williams on mission and management issues.
Prior to his current role, Russell was the agency’s comptroller and executive director of financial business operations where he oversaw an annual $1.2 billion budget.
In his current role, he oversees 10,800 civilians and military personnel performing contract management work at more than 740 locations.

The other profile that was published on the ExecutiveGov website in the past week was Dr. Jacqueline Henningsen, director for studies and analyses, assessments and lessons learned for the Air Force.
In her role, she oversees warfighting processes, force structure capability and sufficiency assessments;informs leadership on emerging issues; oversees resource investment decisions; and rapidly collects, disseminates, implements and tracks lessons learned.
In 1998, Henningston became a part of the senior executive service as associate director for modeling, simulation and analysis with the directorate for command and control in the office of the deputy chief of staff for air and space operations.
ExecutiveGov is one of more than five news media properties in Executive Mosaic’s online portfolio, which complements its full-length print magazine, GovCon Exec.
EGov focuses on vital government executives whose job it is to make policy decisions which shape the opportunities of GovCon companies and executives.
This leader oriented reporting results in important topics such as sequestration, getting coverage that is comprehensive, timely and executive-focused.