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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
Wayne Lucernoni Now Full-Time Harris IT Services head
Wayne Lucernoni has assumed full-time leadership of Harris IT Services after previously leading the business on an acting basis.
The 22-year Harris veteran first succeeded Ted Hengst in the role in December 2012, when Hengst became CEO at Artel LLC.
He now reports to James Morris, president of integrated network solutions, and leads the delivery of communications systems and information systems in areas including healthcare IT.
Prior to leading IT services, Lucernoni served as VP and GM for programs in the intelligence, civil and healthcare IT markets.
Randy Fuerst Named Oceus President, Jeff Harman Defense Solutions Head
Randy Fuerst has elevated to president at Reston, Va.-based broadband network and technology provider Oceus Networks.
The 30-year industry veteran will continue to serve as COO and oversee business and product development and engineering, among other areas.
He joined Oceus in September 2011 after previously serving as COO at CACI and has since led mobility pilots across the Defense Department for Oceus.
Oceus also appointed Jeff Harman, a former SVP and operating group manager at CACI, to serve as SVP and GM for the Defense Department solutions business group, where he will oversee program execution for tactical and enterprise environments.
David Heebner Appointed Info Systems, Tech Lead at General Dynamics
David Heebner was appointed EVP and group executive for the information systems and technology group at General Dynamics.
The retired U.S. Army lieutenant general will lead a group comprised of the advanced information systems, C4 systems and IT business units.
A 13-year company veteran, Heebner previously led the combat systems group for two years after serving as president of the land systems group for three years.
Mark Roualet, former president of land systems, succeeds Heebner as group executive of combat systems and Gary Whited, SVP and GM within land systems, succeeds Roualet as group president.
Christine Bailey Heads to Accenture Federal As Deputy CFO
Christine Bailey has been named deputy chief financial officer at Accenture Federal Services.
The 25-year industry veteran has previously served as CFO and SVP at L-3 Communications‘ formerMPRI division, which became Engility in July 2012.
While at MPRI, Bailey directed the division’s financial and accounting practices and relationships with other L-3 organizations.
Bailey has also served as CFO at Vangent and DynCorp Systems and Solutions LLC, as well as VP of finance at Litton PRC.