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TAPE Names 26-Year Army Vet Michael Kelliher Army Accounts Head

TAPE has appointed Michael P. Kelliher vice president of U.S. Army accounts, the company announced Wednesday.

The company said he will work to expand logistics and force development and modernization.

He will provide the company with expertise regarding the Army G3 Training Directorate, said Jim Bradley, a senior vice president.

Prior to entering the private sector, he served in the Army for 26 years and his last assignment was assistant deputy director for training at the Pentagon.

There, the company said he managed a nearly $13 billion training budget.

He is also a recipient of the Army’s Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal and the Army Staff Badge.

Before joining TAPE, he worked at JB&A Inc. as a principal program analyst for the foreign terrorist tracking task force, supporting the Justice Department

He also managed the organization’s annual spending plan and an estimated $15 million in contracts.

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