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Tammer Olibah Named President, CEO of Hexagon’s US Federal Subsidiary

Tammer Olibah, formerly an executive of Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has been appointed president and CEO of the U.S. federal subsidiary at geospatial and technical services contractor Hexagon.

He brings almost 20 years of technical leadership experience in both the government and civilian markets to his new position, Hexagon said Monday.

Olibah previously led Booz Allen’s information technology and cybersecurity unit and supported the company’s federal market expansion through capture, investment, delivery team development and application and intellectual capital efforts.

Hexagon’s federal arm is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, and works with government customers to help them analyze geospatial intelligence data, manage infrastructure and assets, deliver dispatch emergency services and produce intelligent maps.

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