No time to waste, see all 21 executive moves GovCon Wire covered in November below.
SRA International appointed Deb Alderson to guide the firm’s efforts to enter new markets and land large customer accounts in the newly created position of executive vice president of strategic development.
CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) appointed Krisstie Kondrotis as executive vice president for business development, where she will oversee strategic and tactical direction of business development efforts.
Citizant announced that Van Kirstein, former head of HP‘s Department of Homeland Security sales team, has joined the firm as a director of business development responsible for growing business with DHS.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) appointed Bernard McCollough, a former top cyber officer in the Navy, as vice president of business strategy for the mission systems and sensors business.
Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) appointed Richard Sandler to head global contracts and commercial management as vice president of global contracts.
Mission Essential Personnel named Linda Metz, a 25-year veteran of the defense contracting industry, as its new vice president for contracts and procurement.
TASC Inc. appointed John T. Brennan, retired Air Force two-star general and former top CIA military adviser, to lead the company’s business unit supporting the Air Force.
Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) named George Helm president of its RF Communications division’s Defense Department business unit.
STG Inc. named Tamera Rush vice president of the company’s defense sector, where she will manage operations and drive strategic growth in the Aberdeen, Md. region.
HP (NYSE: HPQ) appointed John Hinshaw to fill the new position of executive vice president of global technology and business processes, overseeing direct and indirect services procurements.
TASC appointed retired Air Force Brig. Gen. David Cotton, who also directed the Air Force’s cyberspace operations, as vice president of the company’s cyber group.
ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) elected five new members to its 11-member-strong board of directors as it began life as an independent company after spinning off from ITT Corp.
STG Inc. hired Rick Parkington as its next senior vice president and chief technology officer, where he will oversee the company’s solution architect team and internal IT division.
Neustar Inc. (NYSE: NSR) named Joe Pasqua, former chief technology officer of Symantec‘s data center business, to the newly created position of vice president for Neustar Labs.
Altegrity Inc. appointed Peter Masanotti as the new president and CEO of U.S. Investigations Services, the largest commercial provider of federal background investigations.
Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) appointed retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen as senior vice president to develop thought leadership and client engagement for the company’s justice and homeland security business.
HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) promoted Dennis Stolkey to senior vice president of the America’s region, where he is responsible for accelerating market expansion and driving improved revenue and profit.
ManTech appointed Michael Brogan as senior vice president for strategy of the systems engineering and advanced technology group, overseeing technology delivery to both the U.S. military and civilian agencies.
Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) appointed retired Navy captain Wade Knudson to be director of engineering program solutions on the network centric systems engineering and technology leadership team.
CSC named Mike Shove as chief operating officer of its managed services sector, where he will focus his efforts on meeting financial commitments and improving operational competitiveness.
AMERICAN SYSTEMS appointed Edward Lussier as acting vice president and executive director of the company’s professional services federal market.