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Malcolm Jackson Named Private Sector VP at Phase One

Malcolm Jackson
Malcolm Jackson

Malcolm Jackson, formerly chief technology officer of Fostersoft, has joined Phase One as vice president of private sector at the Alexandria, Virginia-based information technology company.

He will be responsible for helping grow the company’s IT offerings and operations in the commercial market, Phase One said Tuesday.

“I’m excited to bring Phase One’s platform solutions and federal cyber expertise to the table to address private sector challenges, ” Jackson said.

Jackson served as chief information officer of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and as assistant administrator in the EPA’s office of environmental information from 2010 to 2013.

He also worked in senior management roles at General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), Quaker Oats, Monsanto and Shell Oil.

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