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Sally Sullivan Joins CSC as North American Public Sector Business Development VP

Sally Sullivan
Sally Sullivan

Sally Sullivan, formerly an executive vice president at ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT), has joined Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) as vice president of business development for the North American public sector, GovCon Wire has learned.

She joins CSC in the same year that Larry Prior, a former ManTech president and chief operating officer, was appointed VP and general manager of CSC’s defense and intelligence group.

Sullivan, a 27-year industry veteran most recently served as EVP of business development at ManTech and joined the Fairfax, Va.-based company in 2009 after serving as VP for defense, space and secured infrastructure at Bechtel National.

Before joining Bechtel, Sullivan served as sector VP for business development in Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) mission systems business and oversaw growth and direction of that company’s C4ISR business.

She also served as corporate lead executive for customers such as the Joint Forces Command, U.S. Northern Command, U.S. Air Force Space Command,  U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Missile Defense Agency and NASA.

Sullivan is also a former public sector division lead at ChoicePoint and started her career at EDS, where she worked for 17 years.

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