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Former Unisys Exec Lee Ann Anderson Joins Business Integra as Federal Group President

Lee Ann Anderson

Lee Ann Anderson, former vice president of civilian business development at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), has been named president of federal solutions group at Bethesda, Md.-based information technology contractor Business Integra.

She will lead multiple business units that provide science, engineering, cybersecurity, software development and IT services to federal customers, Business Integra said Wednesday.

The company listed NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the departments of Health and Human Services, State and Defense as among its clients.

Anderson previously led the creation, proposal and oversight of innovation management, technical services and business models at Unisys and the former Computer Sciences Corp.

Her leadership efforts at both companies helped drive missions and savings under multiple contracts valued at more than $7 billion combined.

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