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CTC President & CEO Ed Sheehan Elected New Board Member at NDIA

Ed Sheehan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 2, 2018 — Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., was named in December as a member of the National Defense Industrial Association’s board of directors, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 12.

He joined the latest batch of elected board members at the nonpartisan and nonprofit association of defense companies, where he will contribute to strategic dialogue between the military, government, industry and government on issues concerning national security, CTC said Dec. 11.

“NDIA Board members represent a variety of perspectives, all working together to ensure that our service men and women are properly prepared to defend our nation and defeat every adversary,” said Sheehan.

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