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Doug Magee Named Akima Support Operations President

Doug Magee, formerly senior vice president for business development at Comprehensive Health Services, has been appointed president of Akima Support Operations.

He will directly report to Scott Rauer, president of Akima Facilities Solutions Group, and oversee the growth of the company’s base operations and facilities services for government clients worldwide, ASO reported Wednesday.

“Doug comes with a wealth of experience and industry knowledge, including a demonstrated ability to drive growth through the pursuit of new business,” said Rauer.

He served in the U.S. Army Transportation Corps as an officer and has held leadership positions at KBR (NYSE: KBR), DynCorp International and Michael Baker International.

ASO is a Herndon, Va.-based wholly owned subsidiary of Alaska Native corporation Akima and provides base operations, maintenance and logistics support to the federal government.

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