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GeoEye Names Andy Dougherty to Leadership Role

GeoEye (NASDAQ: GEOY) named Andy Dougherty vice president of Federal Information Services, Business Development.

“We are adding federal sales leadership to drive broader adoption of our online access and analytics solutions across the Department of Defense, Intelligence, Homeland Security, and federal civil communities, ” Sales lead Chris Tully. “Andy brings a wealth of expertise to GeoEye, and we will rely on him to build on strategic relationships we have with existing customers and the many customers we added across the U.S. government with our acquisition of SPADAC. His end-to-end solutions approach will enhance and expand our product and services.”

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