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Former Va. Technology Secretary Don Upson Joins Razorsight’s Advisory Board; Charlie Thomas Comments

razorsight logoDon Upson, chief operating officer at Unicom Government and chairman of CES Government, has joined Razorsight Corp.’s board of advisers.

Upson has spent more than 30 years in senior industry and government positions focusing on management, acquisition and applying technology to address government challenges,  Razorsight said Tuesday.

His public sector stops include a stint as Virginia’s first-ever state technology secretary and staff director at the House Government Operations Committee.

Charlie Thomas
Charlie Thomas

Charlie Thomas, Razorsight CEO, said Upson is one of four new additions to the group’s advisory board who will work to build out Razorsight’s cloud-based analytics services, among other areas.

Click here to read more about the other new advisory board members Geoffrey Axton, Norman Fekrat and Patricia Gottesman.

Upson’s current firm Unicom Government provides information technologies and services to public sector customers in areas including visualization, cloud computing and data management.

He earlier served as senior vice president of systems integrator PRC, which was bought by Northrop Grumman in 2000.


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