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Govt Services Vet Tina Dolph Joins FCi Federal in EVP, GM Roles

Tina Dolph

Tina Dolph, former president of ASRC Federal‘s information and technical solutions group and a 25-year government services veteran, has been named executive vice president and general manager of State Department programs at FCi Federal.

FCi said Tuesday she will also explore potential market opportunities for the Ashburn, Virginia-based operations management and professional services contractor in her new position.

“In addition to her DoS expertise, Tina’s knowledge of clients in adjacent markets will play a key role in our strategic plans and business development,” said FCi Federal President and CEO Scott Miller.

Dolph previously served as chief operating officer, president of global stability and development unit and EVP for company operations at PAE, where she spearheaded the integration of Computer Sciences Corp.’s former applied technology division into PAE.

She joined PAE before Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) sold the former to Lindsay Goldberg.

Her 18-year career at Lockheed includes various leadership roles in the areas of operations, finance, merger-and-acquisition integration, business infrastructure and strategic planning.

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