Leadership Shuffle at Unisys Federal; Ted Davies Comments

Ted Davies

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) made a pair of new appointments to the company’s Federal Systems leadership team, and designated new roles for three members of the existing senior management team.

According to the firm, “the organizational changes will place recognized industry experts in key leadership positions enhancing Unisys’ ability to help federal clients achieve their missions.”

Elizabeth Smith joined the firm from Dell to serve as vice president of sales, and Anthony Hess has been appointed managing partner of the healthcare and natural resources group. Hess joins Unisys from SAIC.

In addition to the new hires, PV Puvvada will now serve as  managing partner of the justice, finance and administration group, while Steve Soroka becomes managing partner of the homeland security group.

Gene Zapfel, managing partner of portfolio solutions, will take over a team “that identifies, builds and delivers technology solutions to customers across the federal market.”

“I am pleased to welcome Elizabeth Smith and Tony Hess to the Unisys Federal Systems team, ” Unisys Federal President Ted Davies said. “The addition of these two respected industry leaders – as well as the new roles of several veteran members of our leadership team – positions Unisys for continued innovation and growth across federal civilian, defense, intelligence and homeland security agencies.”

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