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Tech Industry Vet Gil Tadmor Named DLH CTO

Gil Tadmor

Gil Tadmor, a more than 30-year information technology industry veteran, has been appointed chief technology officer of DLH Holdings.

DLH said Wednesday Tadmor will report to President and CEO Zachary Parker and oversee health IT, data analytics and big data projects with federal customers in his new position.

He joined the company in 2015 and has led its efforts to obtain a Capability Maturity Model Integration rating from the CMMI Institute and modernize a government health IT system.

He previously held different leadership roles in SCI Group and its Radiant Creative subsidiary, Ocimum Biosolutions, Broadwing Corporation and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN).

Tadmor serves as an adviser and panel member of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.

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