PV Puvvada Named Unisys Federal Systems Acting President

PV puvvada_Unisys_EMTed Davies will leave Unisys (NYSE: UIS) on Friday after serving as president of the company’s federal systems unit for six years, Washington Technology reported Tuesday.

A company spokesperson confirmed Davies’ planned departure but said that Davies has not disclosed where he is heading next, according to the report by Nick Wakeman.

PV Puvvada, Unisys group vice president for civilian agencies, will succeed Davies on an acting basis until the company finds a permanent replacement, according to Wakeman’s article.

Wakeman writes that Davies has worked to rebuild Unisys Federal Systems and implemented initiatives designed to help the business save money and boost operational efficiency during his tenure.

 

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