William Maguire Named IntelliDyne COO; Tony Crescenzo Comments

William Maguire
William Maguire

William Maguire, who joined IntelliDyne in 2010, has been promoted to chief operating officer at the Falls Church, Va.-based government contracting firm.

The nearly three-decade business operations and information technology veteran will be responsible for developing and executing operational strategies and business growth plans in his new role, IntelliDyne said Tuesday.

His industry experience includes positions in enterprise risk management, client technology deployment and data center infrastructure oversight.

“Bill Maguire’s leadership and innovation have created strategic solutions that provide measurable business impact for our clients and employees, ” said Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne CEO.

“Most importantly, Bill’s ability to lead and inspire people, collaborate, communicate, and apply his expertise has made him a natural choice for this important position, ” Crescenzo added.

Before joining IntelliDyne, Maguire led U.S.-based airline Virgin America as its vice president and chief information officer.

He previously served as CIO at San Jose University and managed data center operations at the U.S. Postal Service.

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