Hello, Guest!

EMExecutiveGov 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 government executive profiles uveiled by the website.
One of the profiles published, was that of Army Deputy CIO Michael Krieger.
Krieger, who is set to speak at a Potomac Officer’s Club breakfast on March 19, leads implementation of the Army’s strategic direction for the network and enterprise network infrastructure in his role.
He has been in his current role since July 2008 and served as acting CIO from November 2009 through March 2010.
Prior to his civilian career, Krieger served 25 years in the Army and held operational assignments in tactical communications and command and control.
_ _
Martin Gross was the other government executive profiled on the website.
He currently serves as a program executive officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency where he is responsible for programs and projects encompassing command and control, combat support and information sharing services.
In 2006, he was assigned to the National Security Council, where he served as program manager for the renovation of the White House Situation Room.
According to the profile, Gross first joined the federal acquisition community in 2001.
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.