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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up 

SAIC CEO John Jumper has added chairman of the board of directors to his responsibilities amidst a series of high-level developments at the McLean, Va. contractor.

The former U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff and five-year company director is joined on the board by Clark Enterprises President and COO Lawrence Nussdorf, who was named lead director.
Shareholders also approved the internal merger of SAIC Inc. with wholly owned subsidiary Science Applications International Corp., the name the firm went by prior to its 2006 IPO.
Ronald Iverson Retires as Kevin Kelly Steps Up As LGS CEO
Kevin Kelly has elevated to the chief executive role at LGS Innovations after CEO Ronald Iverson retired after leading the firm for five years.
The Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics alum most recently served as COO and helped manage LGS and parent company Alcatel-Lucent‘s $3 billion in annual R&D spending.
He previously founded a mobility business unit at the company and held an executive position at General Electric‘s aerospace business.
Robin Lineberger on Deloitte’s Fed Litigation Pick Up
Deloitte acquired electronic discovery management firm IE Discovery this week to better help federal clients navigate government litigation challenges.
“IE Discovery has supported e-discovery for thousands of matters in support of U.S. federal government agencies,” said Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte’s federal government services practice.
Deloitte will integrate the company into its own e-discovery portfolio, which is part of a 500-employee analytic and forensic technology services group.
CACI Looks to Boost Gov’t Transformation Business with Local Purchase
CACI looked to complement its 2011 purchase of Oracle specialist Advanced Programs Group by picking up Reston, Va.-based Delta Solutions and Technologies, a federal financial management firm that works with MomentumSAP and other platforms.
Delta Solutions also provides business analytics services and has clients including the departments of InteriorJustice and Veterans Affairs.
“Financial management systems are essential to the business operations of every federal agency and keeping the technology behind these systems up-to-date is critical to mission success,” saidDan Allen, president of CACI’s U.S. Operations.
General Dynamics Taps Ed Timmes as Cyber VP for AIS
Edward Timmes has joined General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems as a VP in the intelligence systems business.
The SAIC veteran will lead the cyber systems division, which defends against cyber attacks with systems integration, data analysis, cyber awareness and other services.

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