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IntelliDyne Founder Robert Grey Returns to CEO Post

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Robert Grey

Robert Grey, founder of IntelliDyne, has been appointed to serve again as CEO of the Falls Church, Va.-based information technology services provider.

He replaces Tony Crescenzo, who has led Intellidyne over the past six years, and aims to shift its corporate strategy to expand customer base, refine offerings and grow footprint in the federal market, the company said Wednesday.

Grey, who has more than two decades of leadership experience in the technology industry, established IntelliDyne in 1999 and led the IT contractor through 2008. He then assumed the chairman role for more than a decade.

His leadership skills brought the company multiple awards, such as recognition in Deloitte's Fast 50 list.

"We are poised to scale and are assembling the right team under the newly created position of chief growth officer to accomplish our strategic goals over the next 18-24 months," Gray said.

Craig Janus, a former senior vice president at Xator, will serve as IntelliDyne's CGO.

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