John McConnell to Oversee Booz Allen Cyber Development as Vice Chairman

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has appointed John M. McConnell as its vice chairman, where he oversee company-wide development of cyber capabilities.

McConnell was previously executive vice president of Booz Allen’s intelligence market.

The company said the move is part of its annual exercise of aligning executives to support the changing needs of government and other clients.

GovCon Executive has covered who will replace McConnell and additional restructuring, here.

Booz Allen said that the move will enhance its ability to deliver cyber needs to its clients in the civil, defense and national security sectors, among others.

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