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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
Lanny Cohen on Capgemini’s Promotion of Douglas Charles to CEO of Govt Solutions
Douglas Charles has elevated to CEO of Capgemini‘s U.S. government business, Capgemini Government Solutions, where he will aim to drive strategy and growth in the unemployment insurance, business information, independent verification & validation and consulting services markets.
The Ernst & Young vet most recently served as the vice president of Capgemini’s North American application services unit after rejoining the company from SAIC in 2010.
Lanny Cohen, CEO of Capgemini Application Services North America, said Charles’ technology consulting experience and history with the company serve to bolster Capgemini’s public sector offerings.
At SAIC, Charles led the McLean, Va.-based company’s 3,000-person, $500-million global commercial operations business.
Ed Sheehan on Concurrent Technologies’ Appointment of Vicki Barbur to CTO
Vicki Barbur has been named Concurrent Technologies Corp.‘s SVP and CTO, responsible for establishing the company’s vision and strategy for its scientific and technical offerings.
The 20-year technology vet led R&D for the medical segment at McGaw Park, IL.-based Cardinal Health and Kodak prior to her current role.
Ed Sheehan, CTC president and CEO, said Barbur will help the company enhance its technical capabilities and identify business opportunities and technology thrust areas.
Barbur holds one European and three U.S. patents for using statistics in processing methodologies.
Al Pisani on New TASC Mission Analysis VP Amanda Brownfield
Amanda Brownfield has been appointed VP of TASC‘s mission analysis business unit, where she will lead and manage the accounts of two intelligence agencies and oversee program-protection services to other public customers.
Al Pisani, intelligence group SVP, said Brownfield brings customer focus to her new role, which has previously led her to establishing strong teams in aid of the government client.
The retired Army Corps of Engineers captain most recently served as an SAIC VP serving the intell, defense and law enforcement communities.
John Sutton on QinetiQ NA’s New Strategic Programs Lead Richard Burke
Richard Burke is the new director of strategic programs for Qinetiq North America‘s mission and information solutions business unit.
The eight-year DHS vet will be responsible for aligning the company’s portfolio of cyber intelligence, agile software development, big data and mobility offerings with customers’ missions.
John Sutton, EVP and GM of Burke’s new unit, highlighted Burke’s experience in strategic and operational planning, crisis management, and policy.
The former trial attorney most recently served as director of DHS’ plans division within the office of operations coordination and planning where, among other projects, he led a counterterrorism plan and a plan surrounding the Sept. 11 anniversary.