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Rodger Jones Named Criterion Systems CTO

Rodger Jones

Rodger Jones, a more than two-decade technology and business leader, has joined Vienna, Va.-based information technology services contractor Criterion Systems as chief technology officer.

Promod Sharma, president and CEO of Criterion Systems, said in a statement published Thursday Rodgers brings his enterprise leadership skills and industry experience to the company and his appointment comes as Criterion expands its client base and service offerings.

Prior to Criterion, Rodgers served as CTO at health IT firm UnityBPO. He previously worked at The Kemtah Group as a vice president and CTO and held leadership roles at IBM (NYSE: IBM), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and Anthem (NYSE: ANTM).

He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with a deep background in IT enterprise architecture, tech operations, software development, account management, sales, corporate strategy, service quality and managed services.

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