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AEgis Announces Leadership Appointments; Jonathan Moneymaker Quoted

Jeff Brody
Jonathan Moneymaker

AEgis Technologies Group, a national security and engineering services contractor, has hired one executive and promoted two leaders to help advance its growth efforts.

James Batt, a three-decade national security professional, has been named corporate executive vice president for business development, the company said Wednesday.

Pat Cannon, formerly VP of distributed operations division at AEgis, has been promoted to sector president and general manager with oversight of organic expansion and customer delivery efforts.

AEgis also elevated Lance Cooper, former strategy executive, to the role of corporate senior VP of government operations. Cooper will help advance the company’s reputation and interests across congressional and legislative influencers.

“We have exciting plans for the AEgis platform and being able to both promote talent from within the organization in Pat and Lance into areas of responsible charge and augment with first class external talent in James to drive our future growth and expansion is phenomenal,” said AEgis CEO Jonathan Moneymaker.

Founded in 1989, AEgis is a portfolio company of Arlington Capital Partners and provides engineering platforms across missile defense, space, electronic warfare, cyber, directed energy, C4ISR and intelligence markets in support of clients in defense and national security communities.

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