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Alan Stewart Named Peraton EVP, CFO; Stu Shea Quoted

Alan Stewart

Alan Stewart, a finance and integration leader in the government contracting industry, has joined Peraton as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Stewart will lead the company’s accounting, financial planning, auditing and government reporting functions and oversee external lender and audit relationships, Peraton said Monday.

“Over the last four decades Alan has built a strong reputation in our industry as a strategic business partner and critical thinker,” said Stu Shea, Peraton chairman, president and CEO.

Stu Shea

“Alan is the type of leader who sees over the horizon and understands the critical role the financial organization needs to play as Peraton continues to achieve its long-term customer and growth objectives,” Shea added.

Stewart most recently served as senior VP, CFO and treasurer at Systems Planning and Analysis.

Before SPA, he worked as CFO at Vistronix, which now operates as part of ASRC Federal following its acquisition in 2016.

The certified public accountant held CFO roles at Oceus Networks, Deltek, Blackboard, DataZen and ICF International (Nasdaq: ICFI) and served on the board of the Association for Corporate Growth’s national capital chapter.

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