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VA, DoD Vet Keith Seaman Joins BizFlow as Federal Market Strategic Growth VP

Keith Seaman

Keith Seaman, former deputy chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, has been named vice president of strategic growth for the federal market business of Falls Church, Virginia-based business software and professional services company BizFlow.

BizFlow said Tuesday Seaman brings to the company his previous experience from various  Senior Executive Service positions in the government.

“We are delighted to have Keith Seaman join our BizFlow team and add his deep experience solving complex process and management problems for the government,” said Jae Ahn, BizFlow chairman and CEO.

Ahn added Seaman will support the company’s efforts to deliver platforms and services to customers such as VA and the Defense Department.

Seaman previously served as director of defense business systems acquisition at DoD’s Business Transformation Agency and senior adviser to the Secretary of the Air Force and the Chief Warfighting Integration/CIO.

He also managed the U.S. Transportation Command‘s transportation research and development portfolio and enterprise-wide information technology initiatives as well as led the creation of Transcom’s first Joint Intelligence Center.

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