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Engility Realigns: John Heller to Head Operations, John Craddock Lead Customer Relationships

Tony Smeraglinolo

Engility Corp. (NYSE: EGL), which spun off from L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) into a standalone company in July,  announced Wednesday it is realigning into a central operating group with four business units.

As of Jan. 1, 2013, the Chantilly, Va.-based contractor will operate units specializing in services for training and mission support, technology, engineering and program support, and international development.

John Heller

Tony Smeraglinolo, Engility’s president and CEO,  said in a release that the company is responding to the evolving market for government services to gain market share and execute programs for customers.

John Heller, currently president of the professional support services division, will lead operations and John Craddock, currently president of the mission support services division, will lead a new strategic relations function and be responsible for relationships with customers and other government stakeholders.

John Craddock

Those two divisions will not form part of the new operating structure, Engility said, and support functions from all current divisions will be consolidated.

Engility completed its spinoff from L-3 in July, aiming to take advantage of opportunities in the pure-play professional and technical services markets without organizational conflicts of interest.

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