Michael Sanders

Currently serving as the owner and CEO of IGH, Michael has over 14 years of experience in providing full service professional solutions to federal agencies. Michael established IGH in 2006 as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB) and has led the company in management, marketing, and business development. Michael is an expert in Business Analysis. His project management expertise includes gap analysis, deliverable management, project tracking, project schedules, project action item tracking, coordination with senior management for resources, client relationship management, team management, project control management, planning tasks and responsibilities, budgets, scheduling, and performing milestone reviews.
 
Michael attended the University of the District of Columbia where he studied Business Administration, Management, and Operations.
 

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Navigation systems that counter jamming and spoofing for Army vehicles, plus some goodies for the dismounted soldier

2019-10-18

The mounted and dismounted systems hold promise for soldiers in a jamming and spoofing environment that could hamstring their navigation. Read More

Precision engineering gives underground quadcopters a bright edge

2019-10-18

Industrial applications demand novel techniques in drone design. Read More

Electronic warfare as easy as changing a light bulb

2019-10-17

To avoid the dreaded "vendor lock," industry and end users plan to work together to create tools for plug-and-play sensor and emitter interoperability. Read More

NASA to Televise First All-Female Spacewalk, Host Media Teleconference

2019-10-17

On the first ever all-female spacewalk, NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will venture outside the International Space Station about 7:50 a.m. EDT Friday, Oct. 18, to replace faulty equipment on the station’s exterior. Live coverage will begin at 6:30 a.m. on NASA Television and the agency’s website. Read More

WWII Posters Aimed to Inspire, Encourage Service

2019-10-16

The colorful and striking posters that served as incentives to enlist or support the troops were the equivalent of social media during World War II.  Read More

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