General Dynamics adds former CSRA execs to combined organization’s leadership team

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has named five former CSRA executives to its information technology business’ leadership team after it completed its approximately $9.7 billion acquisition of the Falls Church, Virginia-based government IT services contractor early this month, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday.

Amy Gilliland, a 2018 Wash100 recipient, serves as president of General Dynamics Information Technology.

Ken Deutsch, formerly executive vice president of CSRA’s defense group, now serves as senior VP of defense portfolio at GDIT.

Paul Nedzbala, formerly EVP of health and civil group at CSRA, has been named SVP of GDIT’s federal civilian portfolio.

Leigh Palmer, formerly EVP of CSRA’s intelligence group, has been appointed SVP of GDIT’s national security portfolio.

George Batsakis, formerly chief growth officer at CSRA, will hold the same position at GDIT.

Christian Marrone, formerly SVP of senior relations and chief of staff at CSRA, will serve as chief of staff to GDIT president.

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