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Federal IT Industry Vet Mike Bowers Named DRT Strategies COO

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Mike Bowers

Mike Bowers, a three-decade federal information technology veteran, has been appointed chief operating officer of DRT Strategies as part of a restructuring effort aimed to drive growth and market opportunities.

He will oversee the delivery of DRT’s offerings as well as its customer service, relationship management and recruitment initiatives in his new role, the company said Monday.

Bowers previously served as senior vice president of the federal civilian sector at NTT Data Services and president of federal solutions Xerox (NYSE: XRX). His industry career also includes leadership positions at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), Agilex Technologies and Vangent.

As part of the reorganization, new responsibilities under the account development, communications, delivery business units, operations and technology function areas will all report to Bowers.

DRT named Jeff Affuso as senior vice president of account delivery; Kathy Taylor as SVP of account development; Geoff Dick as VP of health accounts; Elizabeth Bolak as VP of civilian accounts; Kevin Augustine as VP of operations; Chris Zeiders as VP of technology; and Mike Duffy as special consultant to the COO.

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