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Raytheon’s David Wajsgras Joins CNAS Board of Advisers

David Wajsgras
David Wajsgras

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 19, 2016 — David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon‘s (NYSE: RTN) intelligence, information and services business, is one of nine executives who have joined the board of advisers at the Center for a New American Security, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

CNAS said Thursday the executives come from the defense, financial and consulting sectors and will serve through 2018.

Wajsgras joins the following new advisers at CNAS:

  • Neal Blue, General Atomics
  • Mike Petters, Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII)
  • William Lynn, DRS Technologies
  • Robert Roche, Acorn International (NYSE: ATV)
  • Sharon Marcil, The Boston Consulting Group
  • Lawrence Di Rita, Bank of America (NYSE: BAC)
  • Michele Davis, Morgan Stanley
  • James Schenck, PenFed

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