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“We are swimming in sensors and drowning in data.”
That is how Bob Edmonds (pictured left), vice president of Air Force programs at ITT Exelis, highlighted the dilemma presented by the proliferation of military and civilian unmanned aerial systems in GovCon Exec‘s Spring breakout issue on Big Data and Analytics.
When Executive Mosaic first broke out in front of the New C4ISR in GovCon Exec’s Winter issue, the GovCon leaders we spoke with highlighted how quickly UAS technology was accelerating the intersection of sensors, mobile platforms and big data and analytics.
GovCon Exec caught up with more C4ISR GovCon leaders in theFedTech Soundoff section of our recently released Spring editionto continue drilling down to see how GovCon executives see that intersection evolving.

Terry Collins
Terry Collins
Greg Wenzel
Greg Wenzel
 Chris DAscenzo
Chris D’Ascenzo
 Biff Lyons

Biff Lyons

Insight from Boeing VP and GM for Electronic and Mission Systems Terry CollinsBooz Allen Hamilton SVP Greg WenzelChris D’Ascenzo, Vice President of BAE Systems Intelligence & Security and Biff Lyons, VP of Parsons‘ defense and security sector, made clear that the conversation on integrated frameworks, interoperability and other mission-critical solutions is one worth revisiting.
FedTech Soundoff features further GovCon executive insight into how Bring Your Own Device and FedRAMP are changing the federal marketplace and how businesses need to adjust for continuing paradigm shifts in personal and enterprise technology and storage.
In the increasingly competitive and interrelated GovCon space, we have you covered with executive insight on all fronts. And with big data and analytics, C4ISR is only one of many federal market applications, including electronic health records, international trade and financial systems.
Check out our Spring issue to learn more about where the market is heading and how GovCon leaders are delivering results.

CSC Continues Executive Shakeup, Names Paul Saleh VP, CFO
 SalehCSC has named a successor to retiring CFO and VP Michael Mancuso, selecting Paul Saleh(pictured left), whose previous CFO stops includeGannett and Sprint Nextel, to fill both roles by April 1.

Recently elected CSC President Mike Lawrie said the company sought out Saleh for his experience working with Fortune 500 companies during transformative periods and his history in corporate controls and accounting.

Earlier in his career, Saleh spent 12 years with Honeywell, rising to the ranks of VP and treasurer before serving as SVP and CFO at Walt Disney Company.
Mancuso has served as CSC’s CFO since 2008 and first announced his intention to retire in February 2012.

GDIT Promotes Stanley Tyliszczak to Lead Long-Term IT Plan

Stanley Tyliszczak will manage General Dynamics Information Technology‘s longterm IT plan as the unit’s new chief engineerand staff VP for technology integration.
The company said Tyliszczak will work to expand its cybersecurity, data center consolidation, cloud computing, big data and IT infrastructure portfolios.

 WhiteheadRay Whitehead (pictured right), GDIT’s VP of business development and strategic planning, said Tyliszczak has been leading strategic technology initiatives at the company for 10 years and will report to GDIT VP and CTO Rich Mendelowitz.

Tyliszczak will also oversee internal innovation and collaboration programs.
Navy Opens Bidding on $4.5B Next-Gen Enterprise Network IDIQ
The U.S. Navy will accept bids from contractors through July 18 to win a potential five-year contract vehicle to completely overhaul the Navy’s intranet.
At least two major contracting teams have formed to pursue themulti-billion dollar NGEN award, with current network contract holder HP leading AT&TIBMNorthrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin into the competition.
Harris Corp. is joined by CSCGeneral Dynamics and Verizonon a competing team.
A final award decision is expected by Feb. 13, 2013.
Robert Toth Joins ICF International as SVP of Contracts, Administration
Robert Toth, former contracts VP at General Dynamics Information Technology, has joined ICF International as SVP for contracts and administration, GovCon Wire learned this week.
While at GDIT, Toth led contract and administrative functions and oversaw related company policies.
He has previously managed programs, contracts and finances in the federal marketplace over a close to 20-year industry career.

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