Darren Collins was promoted to the role of chief technology officer at SeKON Enterprise, where he most recently worked as director of health systems. In his new post, Collins will handle the implementation of technology strategies to ensure the technological resources are aligned with business needs. He will also supervise the development and delivery of […] More
John Luongo, former chief growth officer of IndraSoft, has been appointed to the same position at Reston, Virginia-based management and technology consultancy SeKON Enterprise. The 25-year government services industry veteran will be responsible for driving business development and capture initiatives in SeKON’s newly created role, the company said Tuesday. Luongo spent two decades at SRA […] More
James Bryant, a four-decade industry veteran, has been appointed technical adviser for federal electronic health record modernization at Reston, Va.-based management and technology consulting firmÂ SeKON Enterprise.
Theodora Petrakis, a nearly three-decade veteran operations and marketing professional, has been named vice president of strategy and business development operations at Reston, Va.-based management and technology consulting firmÂ SeKON Enterprise.
SeKONÂ has received a one-year, $32.6M task order modificationÂ to provide information technology support services to aÂ Defense Health AgencyÂ program executive office focused on managingÂ electronic health records for U.S. service members, veterans and their families.
IBM willÂ provide pro bono consulting services to 16 municipalities around the world in an effort toÂ address issues with citizen services through 2016 through a new set ofÂ grants awarded under the company’sÂ Smarter Cities Challenge program. The company said TuesdayÂ it values each consulting engagementÂ at aroundÂ $500,000. “[Cities] around the world are now able to better use data and […] More