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Paul Dillahay Named ASRC Federal President, CEO

Paul Dillahay
Paul Dillahay

Paul Dillahay, former chief operating officer at ASRC Federal since 2011, has been promoted to president and CEO.

Dillahay succeeds Ken Asbury, who joined CACI International (NYSE: CACI) in February as that company’s chief executive, ASRC Federal said Thursday.

As COO, Dillahay oversaw day-to-day operations of ASRC Federal’s subsidiaries and the company’s shared services center.

“I am honored to be named to this position and to have the opportunity to lead ASRC Federal at such an important time in the company’s development, ” Dillahay said.

Before joining ASRC Federal, Dillahay served as president and COO of US Investigations Services and also held finance and operations positions at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) for seven years.

At Lockheed, he led growth and leadership initiatives and led a business line in the defense and intelligence markets.

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