Federal IT Market Vet Sonja Twiford Named SAIC’s DOE Business Dev’t Director

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Sonja Twiford

Sonja Twiford, a 25-year federal information technology market veteran, has joined Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) as director of business development for the Department of Energy, G2XChange ETC reported Friday.

Before SAIC, Twiford served as a senior manager at Grant Thornton for nearly five years and as an account executive STG Group. She also led business development efforts at IntegrityOne Partners and Digital Management in a vice president role.

Her other previous roles include associate VP of civilian sales for Energy Enterprise Solutions, VP of civilian sales for NCI Information Systems, federal account manager for Qwest Communications and Sprint.

Earlier in her career, she was manager of business development within Harris' RF Communications division.

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