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Former Kforce, SES Exec Patrick Sullivan Joins Aptive as Digital Services VP

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Patrick Sullivan

Patrick Sullivan, formerly vice president of emerging technologies at SES, has joined consulting services provider Aptive Resources as VP of digital services, FedHealthIT reported Thursday.

He’ll be responsible for growing Aptive’s data science and digital engineering offerings in his new capacity.

Previously, Sullivan was director of technical solutions and innovative engineering at Kforce Government Solutions and worked at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LM) as a systems and software engineer. He joined Lockheed through its acquisition of health information technology provider Systems Made Simple in 2014.

He earned Amazon Web Services‘ Solutions Architect-Associate certification in August 2018.

Aptive is a service-disabled, veteran and woman-owned company that offers organizational change management, strategic communications, program management and digital services to the government sector.

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