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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up 

Dan Allen on CACI’s $122M Win to Provide Enterprise Mgmt to Navy, Marines 

 has won a potential $122 million U.S. Navy prime contract to expand upon 15 years of work and provide the branch with enterprise management professionals.
Dan AllenPresident and CEO Dan Allen said the contract is in line with the company’s plan to increase its footprint in enterprise information technology, logistics and material readiness markets.
As part of the five-year IDIQ, CACI experts will run project management processes in financial
 management, training, maintenance and supply chain management.
SAIC Acquires MaxIT Healthcare Holdings Inc. for $473M
SAIC has closed its purchase of MaxIT Healthcare Holdings Inc. as it looks to provide more electronic health record implementation and integration services to federal customers.
The Westfield, Ind.-based firm has nearly 1,300 employees that will join SAIC’s health solutions business unit.
Joseph CraverHealth, Energy and Civil Solutions Group President Joe Craver (right) said that SAIC’s Vitalize Consulting Solutions team will look to leverage MaxIT Healthcare’s experience with ambulatory clinics and commercial hospitals to grow its healthcare business.

Jeff Siegal Comments On Schafer Naming Michael Griffin New CEO 
Michael GriffinMichael Griffin led NASA from 2005 to 2009 and will now lead Schafer Corp. as its new CEO.
Metalmark Capital Managing Director Jeff Siegal said Griffin brings more than 40 years of technical experience in the space and national security sectors to the firm. 
Griffin has served in a number of leadership roles in that time, including COO of In-Q-Tel, CEO of the magellan systems division atOrbital Sciences Corp. and head of the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins.
Intelligent Decisions’ Harry Martin Comments on Highest Cisco Partner Award
Harry MartinCisco has recognized Intelligent Decisions (ID) for ID’s customer service record through a partnership the companies have operated for multiple years.
The partnership serves federal customers by pairing advanced Cisco technologies – including unified communications, wireless LAN, security,routing and switching – with ID’s professional services and integration capabilities.
President and CEO Harry Martin said it marked the third straight year that ID has received the Channel Customer Satisfaction Excellence award, which is in part meant to help differentiate the company from its competitors.
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