GDIT Adds Former CSRA Execs, More Industry Executive Moves & Wash100 Update
Jim Garrettson, Executive Mosaic CEO
This week, General DynamicsInformation Technology added five former CSRA executives to its leadership, following the April 3rdcompletion of its $9.7 billion purchase of the Falls Church, Va., government IT services provider. Phebe Novakovic, GD’s chairman and CEO, and a 2018 Wash100 recipient, said the combined firm is well-positioned to deliver IT modernization to the intelligence community, Defense Department and civilian agencies.
Amy Gilliland, a 2018 Wash100 recipient, continues to serve as division president, having taken over the reins in September.
Bernie Guerry, previously senior vice president of GDIT’s Intelligence Solutions Division and vice president and general manager of the national intelligence sector, serves as chief operating officer.
Alison Harbrecht, VP of finance and GDIT’s chief financial officer, oversees all financial planning and reporting, government compliance and project financial management and control.
George Batsakis, formerly chief growth officer at CSRA, holds the same role at GDIT, leading integrated technology and business development teams serving federal clients.
Kristie Grinnell, VP of IT and supply chain, and chief information officer, oversees the company’s IT strategy related to enterprise technology, business applications, data centers, wide-area networks and customer service.
Christian Marrone, previously CSRA’s SVP of external relations and chief of staff, serves as chief of staff to the president.
Julie Aslaksen, VP and general counsel, negotiates significant commercial and international transactions, conducts internal investigations and manages claims and litigation.
Ken Deutsch, previously with CSRA where he was executive VP of CSRA’s Defense Group, is GDIT’s SVP of defense, overseeing IT delivery to the DoD.
Paul Nedzbala, formerly with CSRA’s Health and Civil Group, serves as SVP of GDIT’s federal civilian portfolio.
Adam Rudo, previously acting VP and GM of GDIT’s Intelligence Solutions Division, heading the national intelligence sector, is SVP of intelligence.
Leigh Palmer, formerly with CSRA’s Intelligence Group, serves as SVP of national security.
Other notable executive moves …
Sean Palleschi, previously associate finance director of United Technologies Corp.’s aerostructures division, has joined Cubic’s global defense segment as VP of financial operations and controller, the San Diego, Calif., company announced Tuesday, April 10th.
Gabrielle Batkin, formerly a senior Senate staffer with over two decades of congressional experience, has joined Northrop Grumman as their VP of legislative affairs, the Falls Church, Va., company said Monday, April 9th.
Mike Jin, previously SOS International’s senior director of IT, has joined Siemens Government Technologies as CIO, the company announced Monday, April 9th.
John Foley, Data Systems Analyst’s CFO and treasurer, has taken an additional role as president, the Feasterville-Trevose, Penn., company said Monday, April 9th. In addition, DSA announced it promoted six other executives as part of a change in senior leadership.
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THIS WEEK’S TOP NEWS STORIES
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A&M Capital Buys Majority Stake in CNSI
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Jim Edwards, a retired U.S. Army colonel, has rejoined SOS International to serve as senior vice president of business development. He will aim to advance strategic growth initiatives by securing new business for SOSi and expanding client relationships across federal civilian, defense and intelligence markets, the company said Thursday. Edwards returned to the Reston, Virginia-based
Robert “Bob” George, a more than 30-year business leader and finance executive, will assume the role of chief financial officer at WidePoint (NYSE American: WYY) on April 1. He will succeed Kellie Kim, who announced in November her plans to retire, WidePoint said Monday. George will bring to the role over three decades of experience
Bob Sogegian, a former executive at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has been named CEO of SOS International’s Exovera subsidiary. He succeeded Barbara Stevens, who will continue to serve on Exovera’s executive team as senior executive adviser, SOSi said Wednesday. Stevens, a 35-year CIA veteran and former chief data officer at the agency, took the