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Anthony Fleury Joins Federal IT Contractor MCPGOV as Strategic Executive

Anthony Fleury, formerly corporate vice president and president of weapon systems group at Shadow Group Solutions, has joined MCPGOV as a strategic executive at the government information technology platforms provider , GovConWire has learned.

Before he joined Shadow Group in 2010, Fleury worked for more than a year at DLH Solutions as director of IT services.

The 25-year IT sales and marketing veteran served as a facility security officer and contract manager at ALIS and as a senior vice president at OmniPursuits.

Fleury spent six years at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) as a VP and program manager responsible for approximately 3,000 annual task orders for system engineering, software development, cybersecurity and other IT projects.

He also held sales leadership roles at several technology companies such as Pulsar Data Systems, Sytel, Bohdan Associates and GTSI – now called UNICOM Government.

San Marcos, California-based MCPGOV is an economically disadvantaged, woman-owned small business that provides software, hardware and other IT platforms and services to federal agencies and government integrators.

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