Micheal Mullen

Micheal Mullen, Senior Marketing Communications Manager, BluVector

Micheal Mullen has a 15+ year career building communication and marketing strategies for business, including B2C, B2B, and B2G. Mullen builds strategies that help companies better understand their products, audiences and opportunities.

Mullen helped ZDNet capture over 75% of all downloads on the AOL network within a month of launch, and helped Deltek increase its customer engagement strategy with newsletters that rose to a 44% open rate. Working for L-3 Communications, he helped create an interactive website and expo solution that not only met finance and legal requirements, but also government’s limitations.

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Celebrating the Fourth of July in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, may have lacked the customary fireworks that add celebratory spirit to our national independence, but my fireworks happened on July 6 as I entered the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia, the final phase of a two-and-a-half-year process to gain an entry visa for my newly adopted daughter,
In the age of DVRs, time-shifted TV and satellite radio, getting “This is a test of the emergency broadcast system”-style messages to areas of potential emergency has become a critical problem. Yesterday, in an INPUT blog entry, “FEMA and FCC announce a new PLAN to keep the nation safe,” INPUT’s Kristin Howe, Analyst, Homeland Security & Justice/Public Safety,
[updated 4/5] Added TSA, USDA Forest Service and U.S. Chamber of Commerce pieces.  Government contracting is serious business, but even (some) strait-laced government and government contracting types got into the spirit of April Fools’ Day. Here are a few brave souls who took off their serious hats for a day of fun, with April Fools’
In a very compact and detailed exploration of Gov 2.0, FedScoop’s FedTalks 2010 dove into the web 2.0 and cloud initiatives government agencies are deploying to meet actual needs and improve productivity and service value. The one-day conference, held in Washington, DC’s Shakespeare Theater, focused heavily on how government agencies can be successful at implementing web 2.0
While the U.S. Department of the Interior is prone to shake-ups of the political kind, the staff at the United States Geological Survey’s (USGS) Earthquake Hazards Program office headquartered in Reston, Virginia experienced a rare 3.6 earthquake that woke up many in the greater Washington, DC metro region at 5:04 am ET.  The quake itself,
Casual Friday took an interesting flight today as Dan Beck, director of external and advocacy communications for Boeing’s Defense, Space and Security business unit decided to take a bite out of EADS’ recent movements into Boeing’s military tanker business. The language between the two has been the stuff of fighting legend after EADS North America announced its
Any good business owner sees opportunity in any disaster and the continuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is currently fueling the need for specialized contracts with small to medium-sized firms. To ensure that small business owners can get to the latest information (including how to sign up for a contract), the U.S. Small
This afternoon, Rich Wilkinson, Deltek’s VP, Government Contracting, unveiled the results of the Deltek Clarity: Focus on IT Report, sharing analysis, insights and predictions on the current and future states of GovCon firms’ IT spending. The survey posed over 40 questions to 233 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and senior IT executives from a wide array of GovCon

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