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Jim Bottorff Named HighPoint Global CFO

Jim Bottorff

Jim Bottorff, formerly chief financial officer for North America at Idemia, has been appointed to the same role at citizen experience and federal information technology systems provider HighPoint Global.

He will lead HighPoint’s financial and accounting operations and strategies in support of the company’s efforts to further develop and deliver CX and digital platforms to government clients, the company said Wednesday.

HighPoint CEO Ben Lanius said Bottorff’s knowledge and experience overseeing strategic financial operations will benefit the company’s financial planning and long-term business plans.

Bottorff has almost three decades of experience in strategic planning, financial operations and management in support of federal, defense and civilian customers.

He previously worked at General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) IT business as division CFO for the firm’s federal and civilian division and held senior management roles at Anteon.

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