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Former L-3 NSS Exec Lexi Alexander Joins ASRC Federal as BD Lead; Mark Gray Comments

Lexi Alexander
Lexi Alexander

Lexi Alexander, a former senior vice president at L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL), has joined Beltsville, Maryland-based government engineering and technical services contractor ASRC Federal as SVP of business development and corporate strategy.

ASRC Federal said Thursday the two-decade contracting sector veteran will focus on organic growth in her new role and be responsible for enterprise-wide business development functions.

Mark Gray
Mark Gray

“She will be instrumental in achieving relevant market positioning, developing and managing new customer relationships, leading and overseeing critical deal capture, and fostering industry and government partnerships and alliances, ” ASRC Federal President and CEO Mark Gray said.

Alexander most recently served as SVP of business development and chief growth officer for the former L-3 National Security Solutions business segment, which the New York City-based defense technology contractor sold to CACI International (NYSE: CACI) in February for $550 million.

Her GovCon career also includes time as VP of business development for defense and intelligence at Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary prior to L-3 NSS and she also served in a BD leadership role at the former Raytheon Technical Services Co.

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