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Michael Froelich, Dennis Lauer Join Pragmatics Leadership Team; Joe Brock Comments

Pragmatics logoPragmatics has appointed Michael Froelich as vice president and deputy general manager of its federal civilian division and Dennis Lauer as VP and deputy chief operating officer.

The company said Thursday that Froelich, formerly a director and business unit lead at Acumen Solutions, will provide IT service delivery oversight and management support for Pragmatics’ federal civilian clients.

He has held business development, strategic planning and other leadership roles at SRA International, BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary and Guident Technologies.

“He brings nearly 20 years of experience in the IT professional services market to our team, ” said Pragmatics COO Joe Brock.

The company also noted Wednesday that Lauer, formerly VP of management and administration as well as chief information officer of Overseas Private Investment Corp., will report to Brock and work across all business delivery areas.

Lauer has more than 30 years of federal government service and is a former deputy CIO at the U.S. Agency for International Development.

He has also served as CIO and chief privacy officer of the Millennium Challenge Corp.

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