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Mark Cabrey Joins NT Concepts as SVP, CFO; Darin Powers Quoted

Jeff Brody
Mark Cabrey

Mark Cabrey, a three-decade federal information services veteran, has been appointed senior vice president and chief financial officer at NT Concepts.

He succeeds Philip Chase, who has held the CFO post since 2013 and will remain with NT Concepts as a member of its board of directors, the Vienna, Va.-based company said Wednesday.

Cabrey joins NT Concepts from professional services firm Technica, where he was appointed chief operating  officer and CFO in 2018. He also held executive positions at Phacil and served in VP roles at Apptis and URS’ federal business.

He started his career at Unisys (NYSE: UIS) as finance director and currently serves on the board of the Make-A-Wish foundation’s Mid-Atlantic chapter.

“Mark brings extensive experience—not only from the financial side of the house but also his ability to create high-performing teams and innovative differentiators,” said Darin Powers, president and COO of NT Concepts.

Powers added that Cabrey will provide his strategic vision as the company aims to drive growth and realign its profit-and-loss functions.

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