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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up

CGI Adds George Schindler to Global Ops Team, Picks Up International Consultant for $2.7B

George SchindlerCGI Group Inc. has named President of U.S. Operations George Schindler (left) to its new global operations team, which reports to President and CEO Michael Roach (right). Michael Roach
Schindler’s previous roles with the firm include president of CGI Federal, where he was succeeded by Donna Ryan in 2011. 
CGI also announced that it closed its acquisition of British IT firm Logica for an estimated $2.73 billion. 
Logica provides major European businesses with consulting, systems integration and outsourcing services, and has around 72,000 employees in more than 40 countries. 
John Jolly Exclusive: General Dynamics Adds Cyber Visibility with Fidelis Acquisition
John JollyIn an exclusive interview with GovCon Wire, General Dynamics Cyber Division VP and GM John Jolly (left) provided insight into General Dynamics’ purchase of Fidelis Security Systems.

“Fidelis goes where advanced persistent threats are going,” Jolly told GovCon Wire. “(They) create the needed enterprise visibility of APT threats.”
Peter GeorgeJolly recently met with Fidelis employees in Fairfax, Va. and was received by Fidelis CEO Peter George (right).
General Dynamics’ advanced information systems unit will house the newly acquired company in its cyber division.
Bill Ballhaus on 20-year SRA Vet Max Hall Returning as EVP & Chief Growth Officer
Max HallFormer Pragmatics COO Max Hall (left) has been appointed executive vice president and chief growth officer for SRA International and will join the company Sept. 10.
Hall has previously served as vice president for SRA’s civil and health business and is a 14-year U.S. Army veteran.
Bill BallhausHe will report to CEO Bill Ballhaus (right) who said Hall brings important experience to the company as they try to grow their presence in the federal sector.

ManTech, TASC Vet Debbie Thurman Named URS Contracts VP
Debbie ThurmanDebbie Thurman has been named vice president of contracts and procurement for URS‘ federal services division.
The 24-year U.S. Air Force Veteran was previously senior vice president of contracts at ManTech International and contracts VP for TASC before that.
Thurman is a vice chair on the procurement planning committee for the National Defense Industrial Association and is on the executive advisory council of the National Contract Management Association.

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