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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
Al Pisani on TASC’s Appointment of Terry Roberts as an Intell & Cyber VP
After announcing a suite of executive moves last week, TASC has named Terry Roberts, former deputy director of Naval Intelligence, to a new VP of intelligence and cyber role in its intelligence group.
Al Pisani, SVP of the intelligence group, said “Terry brings a deep understanding of the intelligence mission and the systems engineering and integration discipline, honed over more than 30 years of serving the intelligence community.”
Roberts was honored with several recognitions during her career in government service, including the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service.
Marcus Collier on General Dynamics Information Technology’s CMS Contract Win
“Ensuring claims are paid correctly is a vital element in keeping the Medicare system functioning smoothly,” said Marcus Collier, SVP of GDIT’s health and civilian solutions division.
The company will enhance, maintain and consolidate more than 20 program applications, while also providing software development, hosting and production services for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services.
GDIT won the task order under the CMS enterprise system development contract, which was awarded in 2007.
Scott Donnelly on Textron’s Promotion of Ellen Lord to Systems Segment CEO
Lord will report to Scott Donnelly, chairman and CEO, who said “since taking over the leadership of TDS in January 2011, Ellen has effectively tackled the dynamics of an unpredictable defense industry and shifting customer demands.”
Lord joined the company in 1984 and moved to the systems segment in 1998 where she served as SVP and GM of Textron’s AAI business and VP of integration management.
Tony Parasida & Shep Hill on Boeing’s Supply Chain Specialist Buy
Boeing has absorbed software company Miro Technologies into its global services and support operations as it looks to bolster its international and defense operations, said Shep Hill, president of Boeing International and SVP of business development.
Miro has offices in Saudi Arabia, Oman and the U.K and helps government and commercial customers manage enterprise assets and performance-based logistics.
The deal adds “MRO and PBL supply chain software capabilities to help our customers plan and execute missions across the ground, air, sea and space domains,” said Tony Parasida, president of Boeing GS&S.
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