Business News: CACI International, ManTech, CSC and TWD Make Executive Appoinments
GovCon saw a flurry of executive moves this week in the industry
This week, the newsletter contained major executive moves at CACI International, ManTech, CSC and TWD & Associates.
At CACI, Ken Asbury will succeed Dan Allen as the new president and CEO of the firm.
CACI also announced an organizational restructuring, with the corporate business development organization now reporting directly to Asbury.
In other news, ManTech International appointed Brian McCugh to vice president of program development and risk management.
In his new role, the 28-year intelligence community veteran will be responsible for developing and implementing national security programs and supporting homeland protection programs.
Prior to this appointment, McCugh served in leadership roles at both the FBI and the CIA.
Dan Hushton, former chief technologist at EMC Corp. and Sun Microsystems, will join CSC as chief technology officer.
"Our company's transformation initiative relies heavily on our ability to drive growth in next-generation technology solutions," said Mike Lawrie, CSC president and CEO.
Hushton is a 20-year technology veteran who has worked extensively in both big data and cloud services.
The last executive move covered in the weekly newsletter was TWD & Associates promoting Rodney Martin SVP of corporate development and eight employees being promoted to lead newly-aligned technology units as VPs.
Larry Besterman, president and CEO, said the company is realigning its talent and resources in its technology offerings as competition in the federal IT marketplace intensifies
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