IMRI Hires CACI Vet Kamran Khan as Federal Programs SVP

Kamran Khan

Kamran Khan, a more than 18-year veteran of CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has joined Information Management Resources Inc. as senior vice president of federal programs.

He will be based at IMRI’s Washington, D.C. office and oversee its growth initiatives in the federal sector, the company said Tuesday.

Khan said he will support the company’s efforts to help government clients secure and defend mission-critical U.S. infrastructure with technology.

He previously served as executive director of business development at CACI, where he developed and implemented strategies for the Arlington, Va.-based contractor to pursue business opportunities across the Defense Department.

After he left CACI in 2011, Khan led Data Networks Corp.‘s business development activities across the federal marketplace.

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