Alan Weakley Joins Sterling Global Operations as President; Matt Kaye Comments

Alan WeakleyAlan Weakley, a former group president at Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), has been appointed president of employee-owned stability missions support provider Sterling Global Operations.

Lenoir City, Tenn.-based SGO has 3, 500 employees and offers munitions response, security, intelligence support and logistics services to customers operating in remote locations, the company said Monday.

Matt Kaye, SGO chief executive, said Weakley brings experience in running organizations to his new role as the company aims to grow its operations and footprint worldwide.

Weakley most recently led CSC’s North American public sector defense organization, which works with agencies such as the U.S. Defense Department to manage information technology infrastructures.

Prior to that role, he led an 8, 000-employee team in CSC’s applied technology group that provided base operations support, tactical training and aviation maintenance services under federal government contracts.

He also held leadership roles at URS Corp. (NYSE: URS) and EG&G Federal Services.

Weakley served on two U.S. Navy nuclear-powered submarines between 1980 and 1986.

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