Rafael Borras, management undersecretary at DHS, is the latest member of the “cavalcade” of stars that will address the Potomac Officers Club‘s special “Post-Sequestration Summit” on May 14.
A 30-year public and private sector procurement veteran, Borras is yet another key thought leader that will offer a customer’s perspective on the new challenges facing both industry and government.
He joins previously announced keynote speaker Rep. Buck McKeon, Frank Kendall, Robert Hale, Stephen Fuller, Pierre Chao, Jim McAleese, Kevin Plexico as confirmed speakers for this executive-only forum.
The “Post-Sequestration Summit” is a can’t-miss event for executives in both industry and government to gain insight on what has already happened and what is down the road for GovCon.
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JD Crouch on Andrew Rogers Promotion to QinetiQ NA Tech Solutions EVP
Dr. Andrew Rogers has been promoted to EVP and GM of the technology solutions division at QinetiQ NA.
He will lead the company’s survivability, unmanned systems, power management, sensors and control systems product portfolios.
J.D. Crouch, QinetiQ NA CEO, said Rogers will use his experience in defense, security and commercial offerings to support high technology R&D and product development.
He joined QinetiQ NA in 2005 when it acquired Planning Systems and most recently served as SVP of QNA’s survivability line.
Harry Martin on Intelligent Decisions’ Mobile App Subsidiary Launch
Intelligent Decisions has started a new subsidiary named IDApps, meant to develop mobile applications for customers.
IDApps has already delivered its first app, which is meant to replace paper visitor-log books used in company reception areas.
“Mobile app ecosystems are now mature enough to enable the development and delivery of game-changing mobility solutions to all types of organizations,” said Harry Martin, ID president and CEO.
IT industry veteran Greg Eoyang is the president of IDApps.
Marcus Collier on General Dynamic’s CMS Info Systems Contract
General Dynamics will maintain and update Medicare beneficiary eligibility systems for the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services under a potential $20 million contract.
“The systems maintained by CMS are critical to ensuring beneficiaries receive accurate and efficient services,” said Marcus Collier, SVP of General Dynamics Information Technology’s health and civilian solutions division.
GD will also help CMS run its HIPAA eligibility transaction system and update software for the beneficiary eligibility suite of systems transactions program.
Ron Morgan on MorganFranklin’s Appointment of C.E. Andrews as CEO
Effective May 13, C.E Andrews will succeed co-founder Robert Morgan as CEO of MorganFranklin Consulting.
Andrews is a 29-year Arthur Andersen vet, most recently served as COO at RSM McGladrey Inc. and held executive roles at Sallie Mae from 2003 to 2008 including CEO.
“C.E. Andrews has seen growth in our industry from all sides and that experience is what we need,” said, Ron Morgan, also a MorganFranklin co-founder
Both Morgan brothers and fellow founder Rob Franklin will remain active in the company in advisory and directorial roles.