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Citizant Brings in Jason Hannah to Head DOJ Programs

Citizant has brought in Jason Hannah to manage the company’s growing portfolio of Justice and law enforcement programs.

Hannah has over 25 years of management experience, including time at Northrop Grumman on programs for the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security (DOJ and DHS), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Hannah will be responsible for managing Justice programs for the company, including mission-critical modernization programs at ATF and multiple engagements across the extended law enforcement market.

“Jason brings a unique blend of business and management experience, deep technical expertise, and customer relationship success that will bolster Citizant’s reputation as a trusted partner in mission success for the homeland protection and extended law enforcement communities, ” said Raymond Roberts, CEO of Citizant. “He has successfully managed large programs and task-order based contract vehicles and understands a range of technical systems and business solutions, including case management, business process re-engineering, and Web modernization of legacy programs.”

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