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This week, the newsletter contained major executive moves at QinetiQ NA and MorganFranklin Consulting, a subsidiary launch by Intelligent Decisions and a major contract win by General Dynamics.
Dr. Andrew will be the new EVP and general manager of the technology solutions division at QinetiQ.
JD Crouch, QinetiQ NA CEO, said Rogers will use his experience in defense, security and commercial offerings to support high technology R&D and product development.
The other executive move is 29-year Arthur Andersen veteran C.E. Andrews being named CEO of MorganFranklin Consulting.
“C.E. Andrews has seen growth in our industry from all sides and that experience is what we need,” said company co-founder Ron Morgan.
Both Morgan brothers and fellow founder Rob Franklin will remain active in the company in advisory and directorial roles.
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Intelligent Decisions has launched a subsidiary called IDApps, which focuses on developing mobile applications for customers.
“Mobile app ecosystems are now mature enough to enable the development and delivery of game-changing mobility solutions to all types of organizations,” said Harry Martin, ID president and CEO.
The subsidiary has already launched its first app, meant to replace check-in book in corporate reception areas.
In contract news, General Dynamics will run the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Servcies under a potential $20 million contract.
“The systems maintained by CMS are critical to ensuring beneficiaries receive accurate and efficient services,” said Marcus Collier, SVP of General Dynamic Information Technology’s health and civilian solutions division.
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