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Citzant Names Jeffrey Beyer COO, Greg Gorgone CFO; Alba Aleman Comments

Jeffrey Beyer
Jeffrey Beyer

Federal technology and business support services provider Citizant has promoted Senior Vice Presidents Jeffrey Beyer to chief operating officer and Greg Gorgone to chief financial officer, the company said Thursday.

Greg Gorgone
Greg Gorgone

Both Gorgone and Beyer will report to Alba Aleman, president and CEO.

Beyer has served as SVP for operations since 2011 and will continue leading the company’s day-to-day operations. Gargone

Gorgone, previously SVP for finance and administration,  will have responsibility for financial and strategic planning leadership.

“These promotions complete our executive management team, ” Aleman said.

Alba Aleman
Alba Aleman

She said Beyer and Gorgone join the management team as the company has recently grown in the financial and regulatory services sector.

Before joining Citizant, Beyer served as president of information technology services contractor The Engle Group.

Prior to that, the 25-year industry veteran served as as executive-in-charge of strategic planning at Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) health services and solutions group.

He joined Lockheed in 2007 upon its acquisition of Management Systems Designers Inc., where served as COO prior to the transaction.

Gorgone previously spent 20 years at American Management Systems prior to its acquisition by CGI (NYSE: GIB) and most recently served there as deputy controller and VP.

Citizant said he led due diligence for acquisitions and arranged AMS’s first multinational, multicurrency credit agreement.

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