Citizant Names Jim Ballard to Board of Advisors

Jim Ballard
Jim Ballard

Citizant, a regional leader in governmental technical and strategic consulting services, has created a board of advisors comprised of government technology industry veterans who will help maximize the company’s success and value.   The Board of Advisors will aid the company in its strategic plan to grow organically and through acquisition to $100 million, more than five times its current size, by 2013, and will include James C. Ballard, the former President of Perot Systems Government Services.

At Perot Systems, he was responsible for strategy, management, operations, and business development of the Government Services business unit. Under his guidance, PSGS grew from $57 million to more than $600 million in annual revenues through organic growth and three major acquisitions.  Mr. Ballard also served in many key leadership positions during his 24-year career in the United States Navy, including Major Program Manager for Nuclear Attack Submarines, before retiring at the rank of Captain, USN.

Raymond Roberts
Raymond Roberts

Citizant CEO Raymond Roberts said of the board’s formation, “Citizant will look to these experts as a sounding board for strategic growth and investment options and to provide independent assessments of our strategy and execution.  Our Board of Advisors will be a compelling differentiator to customers, partners, acquisition candidates, and prospective employees.”

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