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Tina Dolph Heads to ASRC Federal as Info, Technical Solutions President

Tina Dolph
Tina Dolph

Tina Dolph, a two-decade government services veteran and formerly an executive vice president at PAE, has joined Greenbelt, Md.-based contractor ASRC Federal as president of the information and technical solutions operating group.

Dolph joined the company in January and will lead a business that offers information technology,  data analytics and business services to defense and civilian federal agencies, ASRC Federal says on its website.

That business also contains the company’s InuTeq subsidiary and the federal analytical services, federal research and technology solutions and federal data solutions business.

Greg Resutek, ASRC Federal chief operating officer, said in a subsequent press release Dolph brings to the company experience in strategic initiatives that aim to drive business growth.

At PAE, she served as EVP of company operations and led work to modify its business support functions for the enterprise.executive vice president of company operations for PAE and led the company’s effort to optimize its business support functions across the enterprise.

She also led the integration of Computer Sciences Corp.’s (NYSE: CSC) former applied technology division into PAE and has served as president of a 3, 000-employee global logistics and stability operations business unit.

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