Today, the Potomac Officers Club brought together leaders from government and industry to discuss the future of cloud computing and how industry and government can best collaborate to enable agencies to take advantage of disruptive cloud technologies.
“Cloud Computing & the Federal Government” — POC’s latest forum to focus onnext-gen technology — offered both sides of GovCon the opportunity to mark a checkpoint on how far the migration to cloud computing has come and where it is going next.
David McClure of GSA, Keith Trippie of DHS, John Pescatore of the SANS Institute and Michele Weslander-Quaid of Google offered insights on specific methods agencies and their GovCon partners have successfully implemented and plans on how to accelerate their pursuits of mission gains via the cloud.
The POC is excited to replicate this environment on January 16, when the executive-only “Federal Intel Summit” will kickoff the new year’s series of collaborative forums.
Click below to register now to interact with government leaders such as House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, who addressed POC in June 2013; and Dawn Meyerriecks, deputy director of the CIA‘s science and technology directorate.
If your firm works with the intelligence community, it’s a can’t-miss opportunity to gain an insider’s perspective from your peers at the intersection of the public and private sectors.
Mike Bowers Named President of Xerox Federal Solutions
David Amoriell, VP and COO of Xerox’s government and transportation sector, said Bowers has worked with government clients on business development processes and understands the contracting sector’s nuances.
Dale Luddeke is STG’s New SVP for Strategy and Business Growth
Dale Luddeke has been named senior vice president of strategy and business growth at STG, where he will lead the company’s pursuit of IDIQ vehicles, capture and proposal work and business intelligence functions.
Chris Goodrich Elevates to Cyber Group EVP and COO at ManTech
The 26-year industry veteran most recently led the signals intelligence solutions and cyber operations business unit within that same group.
Mark Gerencser Appointed to Sotera Defense Solutions’ Board
John Hillen to Serve as Professor and Executive in Residence at George Mason University
“The School of Management and George Mason are uniquely connected in myriad ways to the innovation engines of the economy in the Washington, D.C. area,” said Hillen.
The former president and CEO of Sotera Defense Solutions still serves on that company’s board of advisers as vice chairman, chairs the board of directors at SOS International and is also on the board at Software AG Government Solutions.