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Federal IT Sales Vet Bill O’Neill Named Chief Revenue Officer at ORock Technologies

Bill O’Neill, former head of Defense Department sales at Forcepoint, has joined ORock Technologies as chief revenue officer.

The three-decade public sector technology market veteran will oversee sales, business and channel development functions, growth strategies, channel partnerships and collaborative account management efforts in his new role, ORock said Wednesday.

At Forcepoint, O’Neill helped drive adoption of software, cloud, mobility and internet-of-things technologies via a cloud-based platform.

He previously served as vice president of solution sales within Oracle‘s (NYSE: ORCL) government digital transformation group and held a 17-year career at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) in sales, management and business development positions.

O’Neill also worked at CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), the former Hewlett-Packard company’s enterprise group and Nortel Networks.

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