Linda Mras, former director of contracts at Dun & Bradstreet and a nearly 30-year government contracting professional, has been appointed vice president of contracts at health information technology systems provider CNSI.
She will lead CNSI’s contracts team and its efforts to maintain contract compliance and create processes, policies and procedures for a customer-focused contracting function, the company said Tuesday.
“With the addition of Linda to our team, we have added an accomplished leader who brings deep and broad contracts experience that will benefit our clients,” said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of CNSI and a 2019 Wash100 Award recipient.
Mras spent almost 13 years at D&B and previously managed contract teams at Dynamics Research Corp., BAE Systems and Optimus.
She helped establish client relationships and negotiated contracts in the federal, state local and international government markets during the course of her industry career.