Phacil Adds Mehdi Cherqaoui, Bill Grabner, Mark Milleker, Andrew Cheney to Leadership Roles

PhacilMehdi Cherqaoui, formerly vice president and corporate controller at PAE, has joined Phacil as senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Phacil said Monday that Cherqaoui previously held financial management positions at URS Corp. (NYSE: URS), Apptis, KPMG and PwC.

The Arlington, Virginia-based contractor also named William Grabner SVP of business development, appointed Mark Milleker  VP of human capital management and named Andrew Cheney VP of growth development.

Grabner, a 20-year information technology veteran, most recently served as sales director of government verticals at Zebra Technologies and has worked with multiple federal civilian, defense and intelligence agencies.

Milleker will manage HR functions such as recruitment, employee development, performance planning and compensation at Phacil.

The more than 25-year industry veteran also owned an HR advisory and outsourcing firm as well as worked in executive roles at Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), Next Day Express and Price Waterhouse Management Consulting.

Cheney brings 20 years of program management, consulting and business development experience at several technology companies to his new position.

He previously led BD activities at ASRC Federal and served as chief technology officer of the corporate homeland security business development organization at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN).

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