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Linda Asher is a procurement and acquisition aficionado, heading up Booz Allen Hamilton’s contracts division as senior vice president. Working at Booz Allen for the last 19 years, Asher has watched as the company has positioned itself at the forefront of artificial intelligence investment and innovation.

In this Spotlight interview, Asher spoke with ExecutiveBiz about how the company is harnessing AI and organizing itself to always meet the government’s mission.

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Executive Mosaic is honored to recognize the achievements of SAIC stalwart Josh Jackson with the 2024 Wash100 Award. Jackson is responsible for overseeing SAIC’s robust business with the U.S. Army and his dedication to the segment’s growth is considerable.

Participate in the 2024 Wash100 popular vote competition now! Cast your ten votes for Jackson and other GovCon leaders at Wash100.com. Also, if you’re interested in the Army and its modernization, you should definitely attend POC’s CJADC2-focused Achieving Transformative Cooperation for National Defense Forum on March 14. Register here!

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The U.S. Army Office of Business Transformation is seeking information on a potential eight-year, $100 million small business set-aside contract to provide technical, programmatic and subject matter expertise support services to the Strategic Management System Program Office. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base period with three option years and covers software licensing support across the Department of Defense for Spider Impact, a performance management software built by Spider Strategies.

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U.S. government spending on cybersecurity capabilities have focused more on innovation rather than interoperability, which sets back the efficiency of their cyber infrastructure, said Drew Epperson, vice president of federal engineering at Palo Alto Networks. He compared the best-of-breed approach with the platform approach, noting that federal agencies are beginning to learn to adopt unified and integrated platforms for IT defense.

Join the Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Cyber Summit on June 6. Register here to save your seat among cyber experts, industry leaders and government officials specializing in IT defense.

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U.S. government spending on cybersecurity capabilities have focused more on innovation rather than interoperability, which sets back the efficiency of their cyber infrastructure, said Drew Epperson, vice president of federal engineering at Palo Alto Networks. He compared the best-of-breed approach with the platform approach, noting that federal agencies are beginning to learn to adopt unified and integrated platforms for IT defense.

Join the Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Cyber Summit on June 6. Register here to save your seat among cyber experts, industry leaders and government officials specializing in IT defense.

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Rob Carey, president of Cloudera Government Solutions, said federal agencies must develop a proper data management strategy to protect sensitive data used to train artificial intelligence models. “Moving forward, investment in trusted data will be vital for the progress of AI in the public sector.”

Register here to attend the Potomac Officers Club's 5th Annual Artificial Intelligence Summit on March 21 and hear federal leaders and industry experts discuss the latest developments in the field.

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The Commercial Space Office, or COMSO, is known as the direct link between the commercial space sector and the U.S. Space Force and is led by Col. Richard Kniseley, senior material leader and a two-decade Air Force service member.

Col. Kniseley is set to participate in a panel at the Potomac Officers Club’s Space Summit in less than a week — if you haven’t yet, register now to attend and hear his great insights, alongside leaders from NGA and NRO.

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According to Mark Hogenmiller, chief transformation officer at Aeyon, keeping up with acquisition policies and cybersecurity demands are the responsibility of everyone on a company’s team. It is only via thorough comprehension and collaborative initiatives that government contracting companies like Aeyon keep their data secure and are able to competitively vie for new awards.

In this Spotlight interview, Hogenmiller spoke with ExecutiveBiz about the ever-evolving cybersphere and its impacts on GovCon, tools and strategies to aid data organization and more.

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