INDUS Corporation earlier this month announced several additions to bolster the corporate business development and growth organization to better serve its government customers.
Terry Fitzpatrick has been appointed senior vice president of business development and growth. His duties will include business development, growth, account management and enhancing the INDUS brand. Fitzpatrick joined INDUS in late 2010 after a career opening new accounts in federal and commercial market sectors for SAIC and Sperry Univac.
Mark Tanner has been appointed vice president of digital forensics and financial fraud detection practice. He will lead INDUS’ efforts to address business process and data challenges resulting from extensive information sharing among law enforcement, public safety and the intelligence community. Prior to joining INDUS, Tanner spent five years in industry focused on data analytics and wireless technologies. His public-sector experience includes serving as director of the FBI’s Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force. Previously, Tanner was deputy chief information officer, developing plans for modernization of the bureau’s IT infrastructure.
Nino Milanese has been appointed as senior fraud detection consultant in INDUS’ digital forensics and financial fraud detection practice. He will provide business process and modeling experience in financial fraud detection, identification of improper payments, and audit trail development to INDUS project teams. His previous roles include serving as the lead in Social Security Administration in issues related to potential fraud to obtain Social Security cards or benefits.
Don Donovan has been named senior homeland security adviser. In this role, Donovan will guide INDUS business strategy and solution identification in support of the Department of Homeland Security mission business priorities. Donovan is an expert in federal corporate governance and budgetary processes as well as strategic planning and policy formulation.