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Ted Davies on Unisys’ $139M IRS Cloud Hosting, Storage Award

Unisys will help the Internal Revenue Service transition to a cloud computing infrastructure as it won a potential $139 million task order through the General Services Administration‘s Alliant vehicle.
Under the potential 10-year order, the company will transition the agency’s information records into a private cloud and build a new storage environment.
Ted Davies“As agencies look to achieve more within tightened budget constraints, we expect to see more agencies following the lead of the IRS,” Unisys Federal Systems President Ted Davies said.
Cloud adoption is one of many disruptive technology trends occurring within the federal government, Davies told ExecutiveBiz in a May executive spotlight. Click here to read the full interview.

Paul Fernandes Takes On President Role at STG

Paul FernandesSTG Chief Operating Officer Paul Fernandes (right) was promoted to company president this week and now holds responsibility for all of STG’s day-to-day operations.
Simon LeeCEO Simon Lee (left), who had served as president since the company’s 1986 founding, elevated Fernandes to the position. Lee will become chairman of the board of directors in addition to serving as chief executive.
“Over the past 8 years, Paul has been intimately involved in every facet of STG’s business growth,” Lee said.

Fernandes joined STG in 2004 after serving as senior VP for the government services civilian unit at ACS Inc., a Xerox company.

Maria Cino to Lead HP’s US Government Relations 

Maria CinoFormer Deputy Transportation Secretary Maria Cino will oversee Hewlett-Packard‘s relations with the U.S. and other governments in the Western Hemisphere as a VP of government relations.
Starting Aug. 1, she will also have responsibility for relationships with other coalitions, companies and associations on mutual interest issues.
As deputy transportation secretary from 2005 to 2007, she held responsibility for the department’s budget, administrations and employees.
She also served as acting secretary between July and September 2006 after Norman Mineta‘s resignation.
James Fraser to Lead ManTech’s GWAC, IDIQ Pursuits 

James FraserCGI Federal veteran James Fraser will help leadManTech International‘s pursuit of governmentwide acquisition contracts as director of ManTech’s recently-formed GWAC center .
He is tasked with working with government clients through large interagency vehicles such as GWACs, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts and General Services Administration schedules.
At CGI, he served as VP for both the GWAC solution center and small business program.
He also helped lead GWAC and environmental sciences efforts at CSC, EDS, DynCorp International and others.

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