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20-Year Vet Max Hall Returns to SRA as Chief Growth Officer; Bill Ballhaus Comments

Max Hall

SRA International has appointed 20-year company veteran Max Hall executive vice president and chief growth officer, the company announced Monday.

He will join the company on Sept. 10 and report to President and CEO Bill Ballhaus.

Bill Ballhaus

Ballhaus said in a release Hall brings experience in growing and leading federal services businesses as the company plans to grow in the federal sector.

Hall succeeds Jeffrey “J.R.” Rydant, who is taking a planned extended leave for personal interests starting in early calendar year 2013.

Rydant will take on an individual contributor role and support growth efforts across SRA starting Sept. 10 and continuing after he returns from extended leave.

Hall joined SRA in 1992 and served as senior vice president for the civil and health business between  December 2007 and August 2010.

Since September 2010, he has served as chief operating officer at Pragmatics.

Before joining the private sector, he served in the U.S. Army for 14 years and held several command and staff positions.

Hee served as branch chief for the Information Systems Engineering Command in West Germany and as a nuclear command, control, communications and intelligence systems engineer for the Defense Information Systems Agency in Washington.

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