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Emma Rich Joins Hexagon US Federal in SVP Role; Tammer Olibah Quoted

Emma Rich

Emma Rich, formerly an executive at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has joined Hexagon US Federal as senior vice president of safety and infrastructure business unit.

She will oversee efforts to broaden Hexagon’s presence in federal public safety and lifecycle markets as part of the senior leadership team, the company said Tuesday.

Tammer Olibah, CEO of Hexagon US Federal, said Rich brings to the role her unique skill set, leadership and experience in the defense and intelligence community. 

Rich is an industry veteran with over two decades’ experience dealing with public sector clients.

She previously led CACI’s portfolio of information technology and consulting initiatives for defense and intelligence agencies and held leadership roles at American Management Solutions.

Chantilly, Va.-based Hexagon US Federal works with government clients and helps them manage assets and infrastructure, analyze geospatial intelligence, deliver dispatch emergency services and create intelligent maps.

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