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David Kushner Named ViON Federal Sales VP

David Kushner

David Kushner, formerly senior director of federal civilian sales at ViON, has been appointed vice president of federal sales at the Herndon, Virginia-based government information technology contractor.

In his recent capacity, Kushner worked with clients to help them implement analytic and cloud computing strategies meant to address operational efficiency issues within their businesses, ViON said Thursday.

He previously served as director of product sales specialists and file services at the company.

Kushner joined ViON 2011 after a 10-year career at EMC, which he joined in 2003 through the data storage vendor’s acquisition of Legato Systems.

Justin Ciaccio, a ViON client executive over the past year, will transition to a new role as director of commercial, state, local and education sales.

He previously held account and sales manager positions at Sprint.

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