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Randy Morgan Promoted to Parsons Govt Services Operations EVP; Mary Ann Hopkins Comments

Randy Morgan
Randy Morgan

Randy Morgan, a former senior vice president at Parsons Corp., has been promoted to executive vice president of operations for the company’s government services business.

Morgan’s appointment is effective immediately and he will be responsible for overseeing nine support departments, as well as the business’ divisions and projects, Parsons said Tuesday.

The 28-year aerospace and defense industry veteran joined Parsons in 2011 upon its acquisition of Sparta and led that company’s integration into Parsons.

Morgan spoke to ExecutiveBiz in April 2012 about his transition from Sparta to Parsons and his role in integrating the two businesses (click here to read the full executive spotlight).

mary hopkins
Mary Ann Hopkins

“We look forward to working with him as we expand our business and strive to meet our strategic goals, ” said Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons president of government services.

At Sparta, he served as president and held other executive positions such as president of the defense sector and president of the missile defense sector.

He has also served as VP and operations manager of Sparta’s advanced systems technology operation.

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