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Ted Davies Joins Altamira Technologies as CEO

Davies_Ted_smallTed Davies, former president of Unisys Federal Systems, has been named chief executive at McLean, Va.-based Altamira Technologies,  according to Washington Technology.

Davies will start in his new role next week, according to the article.

Unisys announced earlier this week that PV Puvvada would be succeeding Davies at Unisys on an acting basis.

Chris D’Agostino is Altamira’s president and chief technology officer.

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