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On Monday, QinetiQ North America announced Duane Andrews will retire as CEO and be succeeded by J.D. Crouch, current president of the company’s technology solutions group.
The change will occur on March 31, the end of the fiscal year.
From when Andrews started the firm in 2006 until present day, QinetiQ NA has employed more than 5,300 individuals, generated $1.5 billion in annual revenue and completed 10 acquisitions.
“It has been an honor to lead the talented men and women of QinetiQ North America through the formation and early evolution of the company,” Andrews said.
The former Air Force intelligence officer previously served on the House Intelligence Committee and is the former assistant secretary of defense for command control communications and intelligence.

Crouch, the former deputy national security advisor and assistant to the president joined QinetiQ NA as executive vice president for technology solutions in 2007.
The doctor in international relations was promoted to his current role in 2009 and said he will work to take the company to the next level of development.
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