Recognized as Best Lawyers’ 2013 Baltimore Patent Lawyer of the Year and 2014 and 2016 Baltimore Intellectual Property Lawyer of the Year, Steve Tiller, a partner with the law firm of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston (WTP), is known as a top technology and intellectual property (IP) litigator in the mid-Atlantic. Tiller is co-chair of WTP’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice group, which is one of only 24 firms nationwide ranked in the top tier for technology by U.S. News & World Report.
While George Gordon Meade is obviously normally identified with the military post in Anne Arundel County that bears his name, the people of Washington, D.C., are also reminded of his accomplishments when they walk down the 300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., and pass by the U.S. Courthouse.
A highly educated workforce is key to economic growth and job creation in the Fort Meade region, and throughout Maryland.
Rich Moulton believes he has a gem of an idea.
A government contractor who retired from the Air Force last year after two decades in uniform, Moulton wants to create a luxury jewelry brand.
The site of an Army golf course named for President Dwight Eisenhower, which is just one long drive from the National Security Agency (NSA), is an active construction site that will eventually be the home of U.S. military cyber.
Within its tight, 5,067-acre footprint, Fort Meade’s primary mission is to provide a wide range of services to 118 partner organizations from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as to several federal agencies, including the National Security Agency (NSA), Defense Media Activity (DMA), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Defense Courier Service and U.S. CyberCommand.
2017— is it far away or just around the corner?
For the planners for Fort Meade’s 100th anniversary celebration, it’s definitely coming up soon and it’s definitely time to get busy.
For the past six years, GovConnects and the Howard County Chamber of Commerce have worked with representatives of the various federal tenant agencies housed on Fort Meade to produce an annual Cybersecurity Conference for the business community.
Lt. Col. Megan Stallings recalls stepping into a USO lounge in the Afghan city of Kandahar four years ago. She sat in the room, filmed herself reading Dr. Seuss books, and arranged to have the DVD and books mailed home to her three children.
In 2006 Fort Meade, like a number of other Army installations, began negotiations to lease unused Army land to a private developer for construction of an office park through what is known in the commercial real estate industry as an Enhanced Use Lease (EUL).