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Robin Lineberger and Vivek Kundra on the Deloitte-Salesforce Cloud Partnership

Robin Lineberger

Robin Lineberger

Deloitte will demonstrate Salesforce.com’s cloud computing technology and both firms will launch a monthly series where thought leaders can discuss tech trends.
Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Federal CEO, said the partnership is meant to mirror what the companies achieved together in the commercial market.

Vivek Kundra

Deloitte’s federal innovation center will house the cloud offerings that are designed for use by the federal, state and local government sectors.
Vivek Kundra, EVP of emerging markets at Salesforce, said the companies want to transform the way constituents interact with the government.
Tommy Tomlinson on New Northrop Manufacturing VPs Christine McGlade and Andrew Reynolds

Christine McGlade

Christine McGlade and Andrew Reynolds have been named VPs of manufacturing operations and site managers at two Northrop Grumman aircraft centers of excellence.
Mcglade has beenwith the company since 1986 and will manage operations in St. Augustine, Fla., where she most recently directed E-2/C-2 international programs.

Andrew Reynolds

Reynolds, a 25 year industry veteran, will lead the Palmdale, Calif. site and recently served as its director of manufacturing operations and deputy site manager.
Tommy Tomlinson, Northrop sector VP of global manufacturing for aerospace systems sector, said the Florida site makes entire E-2D Hawkeye and the California center is home to the F-35 integrated assembly line.   
Gary Jandegian on URS’ Potential $585M Army Healthcare Facilities IDIQ
URS Corp. has been chosen to build healthcare facilities both domestically and abroad for the Army under a potential $585 million contract.
Gary Jandegian, president of URS’ infrastructure and environment business, said the company has previously designed and built medical facilities at Keesler AFB and Fort Sam Houston.
The San Francisco-based engineering services company will compete for task orders to install and maintain equipment and systems at the centers.
Huntington Ingalls Subsidiary Names Rene Mathieu VP & GM for Energy Infrastructure
Rene Mathieu has been appointed to a VP and GM position at Huntington Ingalls subsidiary Avondale Industries.
The 30-year energy vet will oversee the non-Navy energy infrastructure portfolio and lead engineering, production and HR functions out of the subsidiary’s Houston and Avondale, La. offices.
Mathieu most recently served as corporate VP in Technip USA’s onshore division and also was an executive at Foster Wheeler International Corp.