ICF International, Fairfax, Va., a provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, has named John P. Paczkowski to the position of vice president for emergency management within the company’s homeland security and program management area. He will lead ICF International’s emergency management line of business.
AirPatrol Corporation, Columbia, Md., a provider of wireless threat management solutions, has announced that Brian Nugent has joined its Board of Directors. With a proven operational record of driving pre-revenue companies through to market leadership positions, Nugent will lend his expertise and board experience to help further grow AirPatrol’s market share in the enterprise mobility security industry.
Evergreen Marine Corporation Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan, a global carrier, has announced the promotion of its President Jack Yen to Vice Chairman.
The Mission Solutions Group of QinetiQ North America, Fairfax, Va., a technology services and solutions provider, has announced that it has appointed Austin Yamada as senior vice president for strategy and business development. His responsibilities include planning the development of new business across defense, intelligence and federal civilian agencies. Yamada moves into his new position after having served as senior vice president for business acquisition for the intelligence, security and space sector of the Mission Solutions Group.
SightLogix, Princeton, NJ, a supplier of outdoor video analytic solutions for wide area and perimeter security, has named Gary Green as director of sales for the Southeast US region. Mr. Green has more than 20 years of security sales and leadership experience and comes to SightLogix from a sales management position at Siemens Building Technologies' electronic security business.
Skybox Security, San Jose, Calif., a developer of automated security risk and compliance management, has announced that the company has appointed Beatriz Infante to its Board of Directors.
SPADAC, McLean, Va., a provider of spatially enhanced technology solutions, has hired Dr. Colleen McLaughlin McCue as program manager supporting the company’s work with the Department of Homeland Security. McCue is an internationally recognized expert credited with pioneering the application of predictive analytics to crime analysis and violence prevention in law enforcement settings.
MEGA, Raynham, Mass., a provider of enterprise architecture (EA), business process analysis (BPA), and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) solutions, has announced the appointment of Jean-Luc Fort as vice president of International Operations. He will focus on development of new international markets for MEGA and expand the network of MEGA distributors to new areas.
Telos Corporation, Ashburn, Va., a provider of IT solutions and services to the federal government, has announced the promotion of Rinaldi Pisani to vice president of Information Assurance and Emmett Wood to vice president of Marketing.
Citizant, Chantilly, Va., a provider of professional technical and business solutions to the federal government, has hired Jason Hannah to manage the company’s growing portfolio of Justice and law enforcement programs.
Avigilon, Vancouver, Canada, a developer of high definition and megapixel video surveillance systems, has announced the appointment of Michael Hodor as the company’s senior sales director for Western North America, Latin America, and Asia Pacific regions. A top performing sales executive and manager with sixteen years sales experience in the security industry, Hodor is responsible for driving sales and increasing awareness for Avigilon’s award winning high definition (HD) surveillance solutions within these regions.
QinetiQ North America, McLean, Va., a technology provider, has announced that Dr. Mark Hewitt has been named Senior Vice President of Strategy for its Technology Solutions Group (TSG). He will lead group business strategy, identifying and positioning the group for new opportunities in government and commercial markets.
American Science and Engineering Inc. (AS&E), Billerica, Mass., a worldwide supplier of innovative X-ray detection solutions, has announced the appointment of Don R. Kania, Ph.D. to its Board of Directors. Currently, Dr. Kania is President, Chief Executive Officer and Board member of FEI (NASDAQ: FEIC), a leading diversified scientific instruments company providing electron and ion-beam microscopes and tools for nanoscale applications across many industries.
Expert System, NY, NY, a provider of semantic software that searches, discovers, classifies and interprets unstructured text information, has announced the appointment of Julie Hartigan, Ph.D. as CTO of Federal Programs, and Rita Joseph as Vice President of Federal Programs.
Pike Electric Corporation, Mt. Airy, NC, a provider of energy solutions, has announced that retired Marine General Peter Pace has joined Pike Electric's Board of Directors, effective February 4, 2010.
INDUS Corporation (INDUS), Vienna, Va., a federal information technology (IT) solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Justin Brown to the position of vice president, civilian agency programs. In this position, Mr. Brown will be responsible for the operations and growth of INDUS' federal civilian agency operations.
CSC, Falls Church, Va., a technology solutions developer, has announced that Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley appointed the president of CSC’s North American Public Sector line of business, James W. Sheaffer, to the Maryland Federal Facilities Advisory Board. Consisting of industry, government and academic leaders, the newly created board will focus on leveraging the federal presence in Maryland to identify opportunities for business expansion and job growth related to federal initiatives.
Ultra Electronics Criticom, Lanham, Md., a provider of secure video communications for government operations, has announced that Jonathan Smith has joined the firm to serve as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Smith will be responsible for driving sales, helping with business development efforts, and building Criticom’s strategic programs efforts. Mr. Smith has over 20 years of Federal IT Sales and Marketing Senior Management experience, in such companies as Cisco, US Robotics/3com and Zenith Data Systems.
NJVC, Vienna, Va., an information technology (IT) solutions provider, has promoted Kyle Rhodes to the position of vice president, systems engineering, and deputy program manager for the company’s largest federal customer. Rhodes is based in St. Louis.
CSC, Falls Church, Va., a provider of technology-enabled solutions and services, has named Donald “Andy” Purdy chief cybersecurity strategist. He will report to Samuel S. Visner, CSC lead for Cyber and vice president for strategy and business development of the North American Public Sector (NPS) Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Group. In this role, Purdy will build on and extend our efforts to date to address client cybersecurity needs across CSC. He will extend an approach that encompasses the enterprise needs of CSC's global client base, as well as the national security requirements associated with the public sector. In addition, he will help inform public policy and cyber awareness.