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Alan Stewart, ICF and Oceus Vet, Joins Vistronix as CFO

Alan Stewart
Alan Stewart

Alan Stewart, a 38-year financial leadership veteran and formerly chief financial officer at Oceus Networks for four years, has joined information systems services contractor Vistronix as CFO.

John Hassoun, Vistronix’s president and CEO, said Monday the company appointed Stewart for his experience in acquisition integrations, initial public offerings and work in public markets.

Stewart led ICF through its 2006 initial public offering and Deltek through an IPO in 1997 in CFO roles at those firms.

His nine-year tenure at ICF between 2001 and 2010 saw ICF’s revenue grow six-fold, according to Vistronix.

Stewart joins the company as Vistronix pushes to become a “leading national security middleweight contender, ” Hassoun said.

Prior to Deltek, Stewart served as CFO at DataZen and Blackboard.

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