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Cubic Welcomes Daniel Collins as New VP, Urban Insights GM

Daniel Collins
Daniel Collins

TYSONS CORNER, VA August 3, 2015 — Cubic (NYSE: CUB) has announced Daniel Collins as its newest vice president and general manager of Urban Insights, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

Urban Insights is a consulting, technology and services subsidiary of the company’s transportation systems business unit, Cubic said Thursday.

Prior to joining Cubic, Collins worked for IBM’s Smarter Solutions group and previously with the Massachusetts state and New York city governments, and holds a master’s degree on city and regional planning from Harvard University.

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