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Kelly Grier to Succeed Steve Howe as EY US Chairman

Kelly Grier, regional managing partner for the U.S. Central Region at accounting and professional services firm EY, has been named U.S. chairman and managing partner-elect, as well as managing partner-elect for the Americas area, effective July 1, 2018. EY said Thursday the 27-year company veteran will succeed Steve Howe, who is due to …

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Accenture’s Federal Arm Selects Celedon for ‘Small Business of the Year’ Award

Accenture‘s federal services business has given its Small Business of the Year award to Celedon Partners in recognition of the latter company’s efforts to support Accenture-built information technology platforms. Annapolis, Maryland-based Celedon supported the execution of Accenture’s Task Management Tool that works to help federal customers manage flow of information and workload across the …

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EY Names 6 Execs to Global Leadership Team; Mark Weinberger Comments

EY has appointed six executives to support the operations, execution and strategies of the professional services company’s global business. They will also help implement the EY’s Vision 2020 strategy designed to assist customers in efforts to address digital disruption challenges as well as facilitate audit and innovation programs, the company said Thursday. …

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CAE USA’s Mike Lewis to Keynote Military Flight Training Summit

Mike Lewis, director of business development and training solutions at CAE‘s U.S. arm, will deliver a keynote speech Thursday at the 2017 Military Flight Training USA Summit in San Antonio, Texas. He will discuss integrated live, virtual and constructive flight training that works to connect aircraft and ground simulations, Leonardo DRS said Monday. In his …

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AFCEA Selects Accenture Federal Services’ George Franz for Army Cyber Award

George Franz, a managing director of Accenture‘s federal services business and retired U.S. Army major general, has received a Saint Isidore Army Cyber award from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association to acknowledge his cyberspace expertise. Accenture said Wednesday Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone, head of the Army Cyber Command, presented AFCEA’s “Gold Level Medallion” …

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Northrop to Back Interdisciplinary Research Projects of 3 Australian Professors; Ian Irving Comments

Northrop Grumman has selected three Australia-based professors to receive multiyear research grants and conduct a collaborative studies in the areas of cognitive radio systems, engineering, human machine interactions and quantum communications. The company said Tuesday it offered initial grants worth approximately $56,000 to Robert Malaney of the University of New South Wales; Roberto Sabatini of …

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