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Denise Bailey Promoted to Chief Administrative Officer at Koniag Government Services

Denise Bailey

Denise Bailey, director of human resources at Koniag‘s government services business, has been promoted to chief administrative officer within the same unit.

The company said Tuesday Bailey will continue to perform her HR responsibilities and  oversee contracts and security at Koniag Government Services in her new role.

She joined KGS as a senior manager of its HR organization seven years ago and later worked in other company departments to support corporate strategic projects and business plans.

Bailey previously held senior management positions at Washington Management Group and FedSources, both of which Koniag sold to Deltek in 2011.

The certified senior professional in human resources holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from James Madison University.

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