Philip Nolan, a member of Camber Corp.’s board of directors for three years, has been appointed CEO of the company.
He will succeed Walter Batson, who will continue as chairman of Camber’s board of directors, the company said Wednesday.
Batson co-founded Camber in April 1990 and has led the company for the past 25 years.
Bert Notini, managing director of Camber’s private equity ownership group New Mountain Capital and a member of Camber’s board of directors, said Nolan will lead the company into the next phase of its long-term strategy.
Nolan is a former chairman and CEO of Stanley Inc. (NYSE: SXE), where he helped to execute and integrate various acquisitions and led the company through its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Camber provides information technology, decision support systems, training, engineering and simulation services to commercial and government agencies.