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John Gorman Named A MacB Business Development Lead; Mark Chadason Comments

Mark Chadason
Mark Chadason

John Gorman, former a Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) director and L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) vice president, has joined MacAulay-Brown as vice president of Maryland operations and business development.

Gorman will be responsible for growing business and supporting intelligence clients at Fort Meade, Md., home to U.S. Cyber Command, the National Security Agency and Defense Information Systems Agency, MacB said Tuesday.

He will report to Mark Chadason, senior VP and general manager of the national security group.

“The work done at Fort Meade is critical to keeping our cyber systems and the nation as a whole secure, ” Chadason said, adding Gorman joins a growing national security team in the company.

Before joining MacB, Gorman served as VP of net-centric computing at KEYW Corp., where he helped build the company’s intelligence community.

He has also led cyber and information assurance at Northrop, national cyber strategy at L-3 and several startups before beginning his federal security career.

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