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CEO Who Cares: Stan Sloane of SRA International

Overseeing a company like SRA International is time-consuming. With 50 global locations and 7,000 employees, it would seem as if CEO Stan Sloane has his hands full. However, this “CEO Who Cares” proves his hands are never too full to lend one to those who need it most. Take the …

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CEO Who Cares: iSIGHT’s John Watters

Any CEO could tell you, it’s nice to be important. But in iSIGHT CEO John Watters’ opinion, it’s more important to be nice. Just take a look at his philanthropic side, or as he puts it – the things that “pull your heartstrings.” For Watters, the education of Dallas’ inner-city …

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M. C. Dean Completes D.C.’s School Without Walls Renovation

M. C. Dean is celebrating the completion of its Washington, D.C. School Without Walls Project. The 98,000 square foot historically-conscious  renovation took the Dulles, Virginia construction company 14 months to complete. M. C. Dean renovated the school, including Grant Elementary School built in 1881, with a new design and installation of architectural lighting, security, fire alarm, …

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Smithsonian $1M From Northrop

Northrop Grumman has pledged $1 million to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC.  Northrop will help build, operate and provide resources to the new time and navigation exhibit set to open Fall 2012. The exhibit will emphasize the historical impact of navigational technology from both a military and a civilian prospective. For now, the …

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