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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
Jack London on New CACI CEO Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury has joined Arlington, Va.-based contractor CACI International as president and CEO.
Asbury most recently served as president and CEO of ASRC Federal and is also a 27-year veteran of Lockheed Martin.
Jack London, CACI executive chairman and chairman of the board, said the company looked to Asbury for his leadership experience and industry knowledge.
CACI also announced an organizational restructuring, with the corporate business development organization now reporting directly to Asbury.
Bill Varner on ManTech’s New Program Development VP Brian McHugh
Brian McHugh has been appointed vice president of program development and risk management at ManTech International.
In his new role, the 28-year intelligence community veteran will be responsible for developing and implementing national security programs and supporting homeland protection programs.
Bill Varner, president and COO of ManTech’s mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group, said the company looked to McHugh for his knowledge of the intelligence community’s diversity.
McHugh’s public service career includes time as associate executive assistant director of the FBI‘s national security branch and chief of station in several Middle East- and Europe-based locations for the CIA.
Mike Lawrie on CSC’s New CTO Dan Hushon
Effective Feb. 28, Dan Hushon will become the chief technology officer at CSC.
The 20-year information technology industry vet previously held chief technologist roles at both EMC Corp. and Sun Microsystems.
“Our company’s transformation initiative relies heavily on our ability to drive growth in next-generation technology solutions,” said Mike Lawrie, CSC president and CEO.
Hushon helped lead big data and cloud technologies initiatives while at EMC and focused on cloud services and global sales at Sun.
Larry Besterman on TWD’s Promotion of Rodney Martin to Corporate Development SVP and Realignment of Tech Units
Rodney Martin has elevated to SVP of corporate development and eight employees moved up to lead newly-aligned technology units as VPs at TWD & Associates.
Martin, former CEO and founder of HCI Technologies, joined TWD in 2007 and previously served as a business unit vice president and a division executive director.
Larry Besterman, TWD president and CEO, said the company is realigning its talent and resources in its technology offerings as competition in the federal IT marketplace intensifies.
The Arlington, Va.-based firm acquired federal IT contractor The Engle Group in November 2012 in a move aimed at bolstering TWD’s IT services and cloud computing offerings.
PV Puvvada on Unisys’ Potential $650M IRS Enterprise Computer Support IDIQ
Unisys has won a potential $650 million contract to help the Internal Revenue Service manage computers that process tax returns and maintain taxpayer records.
“With this contract award, Unisys continues our work with the IRS to help the agency with its mission-critical computing operations,” said PV Puvvada, group vice president for civilian agencies in Unisys’ federal systems unit.
The company has helped the agency consolidate its processing operations under a predecessor contract over the last decade.