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KGS Names Strategic Services VPs to Grow in Govt. Market

KGS made a series of executive moves this week aimed to help grow its strategic services group in the government and commercial markets.

The Fairfax, Va.-based technology and services provider appointed Dave Koch senior vice president of the group, John Horner vice president of the systems engineering and technical solutions area, and Tom Himmer vice president for commercial solutions.

Koch will oversee joint ventures, commercial solutions, state and local government solutions and solutions for systems engineering and technical excellence.

Horner will manage client and partner relationships and support business development efforts.

He will also oversee acquisition, financial management, accounting, logistics and systems engineering.

Himmer, a 20-year industry veteran, will support business development efforts and manage client and partner relationships for the company’s commercial sector business.

The company said Himmer’s areas of experience include project consulting, process improvement, accounting management and staffing.

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