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Salient Names Tim May First Chief Marketing Officer; Will Lead Capture, Proposal

Salient Federal Solutions has appointed Tim May to be the company’s first-ever chief marketing officer.

May, who will also hold the title of senior vice president, will lead capture and proposal, business development and marketing activities, Salient said in a release.

He will report to Bill Parker, Salient’s chief operating officer.

Prior to joining Salient, May served as SVP of business development for Apptis, where he worked with marketing and sales functions to win new business.

May previously spent nearly 20 years at EDS, now HP Enterprise Services, rising from various technical and program management positions to vice president of sales.

“Tim’s experience and past successes are impressive and clearly demonstrate that he is the kind of leader we look for at Salient to help us serve the government’s new challenges, said Brad Antle, Salient president and CEO.

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