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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
TASC’ David Langstaff on New CTO Keith Littlefield
Keith Littlefield has been named CTO at TASC, where he will be responsible for leading the company’s technology strategy and its R&D and technical fellows programs.
The 30-year government veteran is the former CIO at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, where he led IT planning, management and protection.
“Keith will use his deep insight into our customers’ technical challenges and the federal acquisition process to help TASC anticipate and respond quickly to emerging customer needs,” said David Langstaff, president and CEO of TASC.
Littlefield joined the agency in 1983 when it was known as the Defense Mapping Agency and served as the director of acquisition between 2007 and 2009.
Harry Martin on Intelligent Decisions’ New Strategy, Planning VP Jim Freund
Jim Freund has joined Ashburn, Va.-based Intelligent Decisions as VP of planning and strategy for enterprise sales.
The 21-year Cisco veteran will oversee the company’s offerings in cloud, collaboration, remote expert, virtualization and BYOD.
Harry Martin, ID president and CEO, said Freund will work to secure new business contacts and has nearly four decades of IT engineering experience.
In his most recent role at Cisco, Freund was the director for collaboration and smart solutions, where he was responsible for developing offerings combining data center, collaboration and networking products.
Denise Peppard on Northrop’s Selection of Milou Carolan as VP of HR for Info Systems
Milou Carolan has been named VP of HR and administration for Northrop Grumman‘s information systems sector.
She will lead the sector’s team in forming strategies to acquire and develop talent in her new role.
Denise Peppard, corporate VP and chief HR officer for Northrop, said Carolan has both public and private sector HR experience.
Carolan has previously served as VP for HR at ACS Government Solutions and as personnel director for the District of Columbia.
Naren Bewtra on CCSi’s Appointment of Maggie Bauer as SVP of Health Services
Maggie Bauer has been appointed SVP of health services at CCSi, where she will oversee growth and operations of CCSi’s health services portfolio in military, veteran and public health agencies.
Dr. Naren Bewtra, president and COO of CCSi, said he has worked with Bauer for more than 10 years and that she has BD and operational delivery experience serving both civilian and health agencies.
Bauer, a 25-year industry vet, previously helped modernize federal health IT systems while working for companies such as Dynamics Research Corp. and Dell Government Services.