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Gregg Donley Named Chief Growth Officer at Comprehensive Health Services

Gregg Donley

Gregg Donley, a government market veteran with more than 35 years of business development and line management experience, has been appointed as Comprehensive Health Services’ chief growth officer.

He previously served as president of the technical services unit within Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) information technology sector, where his duties included managing projects and capture functions across the IT and business operations areas, CHS said.

Before Northrop, he worked as a senior executive at Computer Sciences Corp. and director of business development at DynCorp International.

Donley earned his bachelor’s degree in English from West Virginia Wesleyan and his master’s degree in public administration from West Virginia University.

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