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ECS Appoints John Heneghan President, Greg Adams SVP in Series of Exec Moves

ECS, ASGN’s (NYSE: AGN) federal government subsidiary, has named Chief Operating Officer John Heneghan to succeed the retiring George Wilson as the company’s president and promoted Greg Adams, formerly vice president of the homeland security sector, to senior VP of the justice and homeland security business unit.

Heneghan will continue to build up ECS’ client base in federal and commercial sectors and portfolio of information technology, mission and enterpise platforms, ECS said Wednesday.

Ted Hanson, president and CEO of ASGN, announced during the company’s earnings call in October that Wilson, president of ECS and a four-time Wash100 Award winner, will retire by the end of 2021 but will continue to serve as a consultant with ASGN through April 2022.

Adams will oversee the development of cloud, information security, software delivery and mobility programs in support of customers within the departments of Justice and Homeland Security.

Prior to ECS, he spent 15 years at Blackstone Federal, where he held various leadership positions. He has over two decades of experience leading business operations, strategic capture and delivery initiatives for consulting organizations and platforms providers.

ECS announced that it promoted several directors to the role of VP to advance its offerings and strengthen customer delivery efforts. These executives are Shayla Treadwell, VP of governance, risk and compliance and who will help oversee the Cyber Center of Excellence; Doug Bowlds, VP of proposal development; Tom Hinrichsen; VP of defense professional services sector; and Matthew “Vic” Bogar, VP of IT service management focused on work with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Communications Commission.

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