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SGT’s Barbara Humpton Seeks to Grow Federal Work for Energy Business

Barbara Humpton
Barbara Humpton

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 8, 2015 — Barbara Humpton, incoming CEO at Siemens Government Technologies, hopes to bring new technology offerings to government clients through Dresser-Rand, which the company acquired in June, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Humpton, who steps into her new role on Oct. 1, told the Washington Business Journal in an article posted Thursday that she aims to put the portfolio within federal reach as much as its healthcare and smart building technologies already are.

“When you get onboard a ship and you’re working on one piece of Dresser-Rand equipment, clearly you’ll look to the left and right and say, ‘Hey, here are some other things that I can help you with, ’” Humpton said.

“What I’d like to do is leverage that service capability to meet the needs of some other customers Dresser-Rand has not yet been in contact with.”

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