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Stu Fleagle: Carpathia Forms Federal Advisory Team of Former Gov’t Leaders

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Stu Fleagle

Carpathia Hosting has formed a federal advisory group comprising of former government leaders and company executives who will work to help the company address cloud computing security and compliance requirements.

The Federal Advisory Council will hold regular meetings to discuss federal trends and develop strategies on how to customize Carpathia’s cloud platform based on the demands of government clients, Carpathia said Wednesday.

The team will also work to help Carpathia forge partnerships with systems integrators.

“We are pleased to assemble an all-star team of federal experts as we work together to guide agencies on how to maximize their cloud infrastructure investments, ” said Stu Fleagle, vice president of Carpathia Government Solutions.

FAC board members include:

  • Ed Meagher: former Interior Department deputy chief information officer, former deputy veterans affairs secretary and deputy VA CIO
  • Tom Ragland: CACI International (NYSE: CACI) senior vice president for homeland security; retired brigadier general at the U.S. Army National Guard; former DHS operations director for homeland security
  • Patrick Schambach: former U.S. Secret Service CIO; former assistant director and CIO of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; former Transportation Security Administration undersecretary and CIO

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