Capgemini Adds Booz Allen Vets Healy, Murphy to Federal Practice; Joe Moye Comments

Capgemini has appointed Christopher Healy and Brian Murphy, both formerly of Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), to lead business strategy and market growth for Capgemini’s U.S. federal practice.

Capgemini said both Healy and Murphy will be based in Washington, home to the company’s new headquarters of the government solutions unit.

The company wants to grow business with both existing and future clients, said Joe Moye, CEO of the unit.

Healy was previously a principal at Booz Allen, where he helped industry and government clients carry out marketing and sales, program administration and technical delivery for 18 years.

According to Capgemini, Murphy works with clients to develop business strategies, design and implement new programs and transform their existing operations.

SRA International recently announced Max Hall, a two-decade company veteran, would return to serve as chief growth officer and help carry out plans to grow in the federal sector.

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