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Accenture Federal Services Hires Johns Hopkins APL’s Ian McCulloh as Chief Data Scientist

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 1, 2018 — Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business has appointed Ian McCulloh, formerly chief scientist at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, as chief data scientist within the company’s analytics and applied intelligence practice, ExecutiveGov reported Wednesday.

The U.S. Army veteran, who has also worked as an engineering lecturer and public health associate professor at Johns Hopkins, brings experience in applied science that Accenture Federal Services could utilize to support its federal government customers, according to AFS Analytics and Applied Intelligence Leader Bryan Rich.

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