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Capitol College names advisory board members

Capitol College in Laurel has named Daniel Ford, chief security officer at Fixmo in Sterling, Va., to its advisory board for its information assurance program.

Ford has been an information security professional for more than 15 years and has worked for XM Radio, Secure Computing, McAfee, Nominum and Accuvant, according to college information.

He holds a master’s in information assurance from Capitol College and is working on his doctorate in information assurance there, with a dissertation focus on enterprise smartphone security.

Bowie federal contractor names COO

MIL Corp. of Bowie, which provides professional services to the federal government, has named Ed Greer COO.

Greer was formerly executive director at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Patuxent River and was the first deputy assistant secretary for development test and evaluation in the Department of Defense, according to company information.

Inovalon signs with Pennsylvania health insurer

Inovalon, a Bowie provider of data-driven health care services, reported that it was selected by Independence Blue Cross of Philadelphia to provide its system to prepare for operating in the health insurance exchange.

College launches program, hosts expert

The Community Financial Center of Prince George’s Community College in Largo has launched the Prince George’s CASH Campaign, a coalition of businesses and organizations focused on increasing wealth-building opportunities for low-and moderate-income residents. The campaign expands free tax preparations services and access to financial education, and banking and savings opportunities, according to a college statement.

Founders of the campaign include the Community Financial Center, Community Tax Aid, Galilee Baptist Church, Beltway Church of Christ, Housing Options and Planning Enterprises and Unity Economic Development Corp.

The campaign will host an information session from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at the college’s Center for Advanced Technology, 301 Largo Road.

Also, Marlon Harrison, vice president and director of Motiva Enterprises’ strategy and portfolio division, will speak about the oil and gas industry during the 19th Millennium Management Lecture Series at the college at 9:30 a.m. March 5 in Accokeek Hall, Room 300.


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