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.
The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), Washington, DC, an idea incubator for projects in the areas of transportation, health care, energy and climate change, science, and national and homeland security, has announced that former Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator JaneGarvey has been appointed Chair of its Board of Directors. Garvey succeeds John Rowe, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Exelon Corporation, who served as BPC Chair from 2007-2009.
Pinkerton Government Services Inc., Springfield, Va., which specializes in providing a broad range of security and fire services to agencies of the US Government and aerospace/defense contractors across the US, Puerto Rico, Canada and Belgium, has announced the appointment of a new Board of Directors.
AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Chantilly, Va., a government IT solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Brian Fitzpatrick as vice president of the company's Citizen Safety strategic business area. In this role, Fitzpatrick will spearhead AMERICAN SYSTEMS' business development to help agencies ensure public safety and security.
Energetics Incorporated, Alexandria, Va., a provider of technical and management support, has announced the promotion of Jack Eisenhauer to Chief Operating Officer and the promotion of Ross Brindle to Vice President, Technology Strategies Division. The promotions are part of Energetics’ growth strategy to diversify into emerging markets and fortify its position in existing ones.
McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (MLA), Denver, Colo., an international law firm, has announced that, effective January 14, 2010, former US Congressman David Skaggs will serve as a Senior Strategic Advisor to the firm. His addition reinforces the firm’s government affairs presence in Denver and Washington, DC. Skaggs will be based in MLA’s Denver office, and will assist firm clients throughout the US.
Goodrich Corporation, Charlotte, NC, a global supplier of systems and services to aerospace, defense and homeland security markets, has appointed Mike Gardiner as President of its Actuation Systems business unit. Gardiner, formerly CEO of the company's Aero Engine Controls joint venture with Rolls-Royce, will report to Jack Carmola, Segment President, Actuation and Landing Systems.
Brite-Strike Tactical Illumination Products Inc., Kingston, Mass., a creator of tactical LED flashlights with features that police officers and citizens can use as a non-lethal means of defense, has announced that their Board of Directors has voted to appoint Brigadier General Ronald J. Johnson, USMC (Ret.) to the Board.
AirTran Airways, Orlando, Fla., an air transportation firm, has announced that Alan Dreher has joined the company as director of corporate security, a newly created position. Reporting to Loral Blinde, senior vice president of human resources and administration, Dreher will oversee corporate security and compliance with all federal security regulations for AirTran Airways and will be based in Atlanta.
ManTech International Corporation, Fairfax, Va., a provider of technologies and solutions for mission-critical national security programs for the Intelligence Community; the departments of Defense, State, Homeland Security and Justice, has named Gregory A. Roman as Senior Vice President for Space and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Services in its Systems Engineering and Advanced Technology group. Mr. Roman will oversee support to NASA, Air Force systems engineering and technical analysis programs, the National Reconnaissance Office, ISR services and space situational awareness contracts.
Powerwave Technologies Inc., Santa Ana, Calif., a provider of end-to-end wireless coverage and capacity solutions, has announced the appointment of wireless industry veteran Jake MacLeod as vice president government solutions to lead the company’s efforts to address vertical markets for wireless solutions and broadband stimulus efforts in the government, public safety, military and Homeland Security sectors.
Proximex, Sunnyvale, Calif., a developer of products for the physical security information management (PSIM) market, has announced that security consultant, former Silicon Valley CEO and NSA deputy director William P. Crowell has joined the company’s Advisory Board.
SRC, formerly Syracuse Research Corporation, Syracuse, NY, a research and development company, has announced that Stephen Duning has been promoted to assistant vice president, electronic warfare, and Jack LoSecco has been promoted to assistant vice president, software engineering.
Wi2Wi Inc., San Jose, Calif., a provider of wireless solutions for embedded applications, has announced the appointment of Mr. Michael Chertoff to the company’s Board of Directors.
XIO Strategies Inc., Vienna, Va., a supply chain management and communications consulting firm dedicated to improving asset visibility within the federal government, has announced that Gary E. Moore has joined its practice as Executive Vice President.
IxReveal, Jacksonville, Fla., a provider of next-generation advanced analytics for unstructured and structured data, has announced the appointment of Matthew White as Vice President of Product Development and Sales Support.