Oceus Names CACI, Unisys Vet Cal Shintani Chief Growth Officer; Doug Smith Comments

Doug Smith, Oceus

Oceus Networks has appointed Cal Shintani senior vice president and chief growth officer, the company announced Thursday.

Shintani will oversee business development, capture, proposals and sales.

Shintani will also be responsible for the company’s merger and acquisition activities.

Oceus President and CEO Doug Smith said Shintani’s business development background will help the company’s efforts to provide tactical broadband solutions to customers.

Shintani is a 30-year veteran of military and industry, including experience in delivering technology systems and services to federal agencies.

He previously served as senior vice president and operating group manager at CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI), where he oversaw businesses valued between $50 million and $150 million.

He also held business development roles at Unisys (NYSE: UIS) BTG, Veridian and Gray Hawk Systems.

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