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INDUS CEO Shiv Krishnan Comments on the Appointment of New Federal CIO

After saving the federal government 3 billion dollars and implementing numerous transparency programs, such as the first Federal IT Dashboard,, and, Vivek Kundra is stepping down as our nations first federal CIO for a position at Harvard University. Leaving a legacy of cloud-computing, reducing a significant number of federal IT data centers (100 closings estimated by 2012) and increasing transparency in government, Kundra's work will surly be missed.


6 keys - and a caveat - to winning bigger contracts, Contractors lured to task-order contracts by the promise of a big payoff

In sports parlance, it's known as going for the gold. The term also applies in government contracting, as more and more companies are seeking the gold to be found in the large federal indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract vehicles.


Vivek Kundra Steps Down As Federal CIO: What Industry Leaders Are Saying

After 2 and a half years as the George Washington of Federal CIO's, Vivek Kundra will leave for Harvard University at the end of the summer.


Richard McKay Joins INDUS Health IT Team

INDUS Corporation, a privately-held provider of IT services to the federal government, selected Richard McKay as the new Director of Health Informatics and Technology.


Press Release: INDUS Corporation Strengthens Health IT Team

INDUS Corporation (INDUS), a leading Federal Information Technology (IT) solutions provider, today announced the appointment of Richard McKay to the position of Director, Health Informatics and Technology.


Washington's Largest Private Companies - INDUS Corporation Ranked #69

The region's biggest private companies enjoyed a bit of a comeback in 2010. Their combined revenue inched up by 4.5 percent from a pre-recession 2007 and a hearty 8.8 percent from a recession-steeped 2009.


Remembering Carleton Jones: An Unanticipated Pet Owner and Role Model

I got to know Carleton over the past 5 years in a business capacity; he was always someone I greatly admired and it was always a treat when I ran into him at different beltway events. 


INDUS Expands Business Development, Growth Organization

INDUS Corporation earlier this month announced several additions to bolster the corporate business development and growth organization to better serve its government customers. 


Meet Shiv Krishnan

In 1979, Shiv Krishnan came to the United States from India with $500 and a bachelor's in chemical engineering from the University of Madras.


Government Contracting Community Loses Carleton Jones

Carleton S. Jones, a long-standing presence in the government contracting community, passed away yesterday.