Evans’ appointment took effect Friday, June 1, after he was elected by the board of directors to succeed Kion Yap, who will continue to serve as a board member, B&A said Wednesday.
Paul Mangus, B&A cofounder and an executive vice president; and Jesus Medrano, an EVP, will resign from their current posts and continue to serve on the board.
Evans “has put in place a talented management team and with them he has built the corporate infrastructure upon which B&A will continue to innovate and evolve,” Yap said.
Evans brings to his role more than 14 years of federal contracting experience in the field of service delivery, strategic growth and executive management focused on systems integration and enterprise application development.
He previously served as VP of service delivery and director of enterprise resource planning delivery at B&A.
Evans worked at IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) global business services division as a project manager for the Interior Department and the Customs and Border Protection prior to his move to B&A.
He has worked with agencies and bureaus within the departments of Homeland Security, Commerce and Agriculture as well as the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army and other professional services organizations.