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Steampunk Names Four Industry Execs to Oversee Federal Civilian Sector, Salesforce Practice

Jeff Brody

McLean, Va.-based information technology services contractor Steampunk has appointed industry leaders Max Licht, Joe Nizhnikov, Brandon Feather and Mike Fischer to lead its federal civilian sector and Salesforce practice.

"Max, Joe, Brandon, and Mike each bring a unique skillset, deep industry knowledge, and professional experience to identify opportunities, drive growth, and achieve results for their employees and clients," John Harllee, chief operating officer for established accounts and corporate operations at Steampunk, said in a statement published Monday.

Licht, a 15-year federal industry executive, will serve as senior vice president of Steampunk’s federal civilian sector. He previously worked at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), Oracle’s (NYSE: ORCL) federal business and DLT Solutions.

Nizhnikov will be VP of federal civilian sales. Prior to Steampunk, he served as regional VP of Salesforce’s global public sector business and spent a decade at Accenture (NYSE: ACN).

Feather will oversee teams responsible for platform design, development and deployment as director of Salesforce engineering at Steampunk. He previously worked at Salesforce, CloudLogicAP, Synaptic AP, Aptaria, Acumen and USA Today.

Fischer will be the business development lead for Steampunk’s federal civilian sector. He most recently served as a strategic account executive at Salesforce and held leadership roles at Accenture Federal Services, BRMi and Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH).

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