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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up 

James MorganJames Morgan will join the executive ranks at ICF International on July 16 as EVP and CFO, succeeding interim CFO Sandra Murray.
A 25-year financial management veteran, Morgan most recently held the same positions at Serco Inc, where he was a lead evaluator of M&A opportunities.

He previously spent 18 years with SAIC, most recently as a SVP and business transformation officer responsible for improving company infrastructure.
ICF CEO Sudhakar Kesavan said the company valued Morgan’s international finance experience as it looks to grow revenue and operating leverage. 

ManTech Taps Chris Goodrich to Grow MD. Cyber, IT
Chris Goodrich has elevated to the SVP of cyber operations and signals intelligence solutions position at ManTech International, a company he joined in 2010.

Goodrich previously oversaw ManTech’s work on a more than $400 million Defense Department integration and modernization program and also helped established a company cybersecurity integration center in Maryland, where he is based out of Hanover.
Bill VarnerBill Varner, president of the mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group, noted Goodrich’s intelligence community background have fed into his responsibilities to grow IT, cyber and intelligence operations in the state.

CSC to Migrate FAA Users to Microsoft Cloud Email on $91M Award

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Computer Sciences Corp. a close to $100 million award implement a cloud computing infrastructure equipped with Microsoft Office 365.
CSC will migrate around 80,000 users from multiple email systems to the Microsoft suite, which will include collaborative office applications.
Leif UlstrupContract work could last up to seven years, which Leif Ulstrup, president of CSC North American Public Sector federal consulting practice, said would extend the company’s work with FAA beyond 40 years.
HP’s VA Asset-Tracking Win May Exceed a Half-Billion Dollars

HP Enterprise Services will take in up to $543 million over five yearsto help the Veterans Affairs Department track and identify its assets.
The company will provide VA with a real-time location solution equipped with Wi-Fi, radio frequencies and ultrasound and infrared technologies to complete work on the IDIQ.
The department said it could procure related hardware, software, technical engineering and other services from HP through the award.