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John Foley Named DSA President in Series of Exec Moves

John Foley

John Foley, chief financial officer and treasurer at Data Systems Analysts, has taken an additional role as president of the Pennsylvania-based technology and information management services contractor.

Foley was promoted along with six other executives in a series of senior leadership changes at the company, DSA said Monday.

Paul Strasser, most recently CEO of DSA’s subsidiary Project Performance Company, will serve as executive vice president of the firm’s information management solutions group and oversee its work with federal, state and commercial clients.

Bill Jones will be senior VP of the integrated solutions group and will manage a portfolio of Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency and COCOM programs in that capacity.

Bill Player will support the same programs in his new role as VP for the ISG.

Kathleen Kirk will be SVP of the strategic solutions group, where she will lead efforts to deliver collaboration, business intelligence, geospatial, data analytics, biometric and cyber technology platforms to Army, Navy and Intelligence Community customers.

Mike Donovan will serve as VP for the SSG and manage the group’s support to the Army Intelligence and Security Command, Army Contracting Command, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense and Navy missions.

Mike Emerle will be VP of finance and accounting at the corporate level. He will oversee the company’s audit, account payable and receivable, payroll, indirect rate management, proposal pricing and monthly closing functions.

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