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Bob Spitz Named Halfaker and Associates CTO

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Bob Spitz

Bob Spitz, a more than two-decade technology leader, has joined Arlington, Va.-based Halfaker and Associates as chief technology officer.

He will oversee the establishment and execution of the company’s technical vision in support of corporate objectives and client needs in his new role, Halfaker said Monday.

Dawn Halfaker, president and CEO of Halfhaker, said Spitz will help the company further mature technology platforms and build up its capability to deliver value to government customers.

Spitz previously worked at General Dynamics' (NYSE: GD) information technology business as a senior program director within the health solutions division. He started his career in the U.S. Army as a non-commissioned officer in the Military Intelligence Corps.

Halfaker and Associates is a service-disabled veteran-owned, woman-owned small business providing software engineering support, cybersecurity, data and cloud platforms for federal government clients.

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