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Former MicroPact CFO Daniel Smith Joins Tyto Athene as Finance Chief

Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith, former chief financial officer at MicroPact, was appointed to the same role at  Tyto Athene, a systems integrator based in Herndon, Va.

Smith brings 25 years of finance, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, banking and valuation consulting experience to the company, according to a statement released by Tyto Athene Thursday

He spent six years at MicroPact and also served on its board of directors. Previously, he was the CFO of Attain, a professional services contractor.

Jeff Murray, CEO of Tyto Athene, said Smith possesses the skills that will help execute the company’s strategic objectives from both an M&A and organic growth perspectives.

This week Tyto Athene announced it purchased Island Information Technology Consultants to expand its presence in the intelligence community.

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