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Former Juniper Exec, DISA Vet David Mihelcic Named to Competitive Range Solutions’ Advisory Board

David Mihelcic

David Mihelcic, an 18-year Defense Information Systems Agency veteran and former federal chief technology and strategy officer at Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR) , has joined the advisory board of veteran-owned technology company Competitive Range Solutions.

He aims to strengthen CRS’ technical approach to support customers and brings more than three decades of information technology and cybersecurity experience in the defense sector, the company said Saturday. At Juniper, he led a team of direct sales engineers and the technology aspects of the networking provider’s federal division.

Mihelcic worked as chief executive engineer of network services at DISA for two years, then served as deputy program director for the Global Information Grid-Bandwidth Expansion program for four years before he was promoted to the CTO position in 2005. Alton, Ill.-based CRS offers program management, acquisition and operations support services to the government sector.

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