This week, the newsletter contained major executive moves at PAE, Lockheed Martin, Boston Consulting Group, Inmarsat and MC Dean.
PAE has announced that former QinetiQ NA CIO John Lambeth has joined the Arlington, Va.-based PAE as CIO.
He has previously served as VP for Blackboard and is a 14-year veteran of Xerox.
At Lockheed Martin, former VA CIO Horace Blackman has been appointed VP of health and life sciences.
"Our teams safeguard crucial healthcare and personal data; enable clinical research through genomics and data analytics; support claims processing and disability examinations for millions of veterans," said Stephanie Hill, VP and GM of Lockheed’s IS&GS civil business.
Danny Werfel, most recently IRS acting commisioner, has been named Boston Consulting Group's public sector practice director.
Werfel is a 16-year OMB veteran who served as both a deputy management director and federal controller at the agency.
At Inmarsat, Retired four-star general Robert Kehler has been named to the board of directors wherehe will serve on the remuneration committee.
Kehler is a 38-year military veteran who led STRATCOM earlier in his career.
Finally, Tim Shea has been promoted to VP of engineering at Dulles, Va.-based M.C. Dean.
Bill Dean, M.C. Dean president and CEO, said Shea will help grow the company’s footprint in the data center, healthcare, transportation and technology markets.
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