Executive Moves

Randy Phillips Named TASC SVP, Chief Strategy Officer; David Langstaff Comments

Randy Phillips, a former Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) vice president, has joined TASC as senior VP of corporate development and chief strategy officer. He will be responsible for helping form the company’s growth strategy and identify acquisitions intended to expand TASC’s portfolio, the company said Monday. David Langstaff, TASC …

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Sara Mathew to Retire as D&B Chairman, CEO; Chris Coughlin Comments

Sara Mathew, chairman and CEO at D&B Inc. since 2010, will retire from the commercial data and solutions provider by May 2014. The company has hired executive recruiting firm Spencer Stuart to help the company appoint Mathew’s successor and will consider both internal and external candidates, D&B said Friday. Mathew joined …

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Gordon Johndroe Named Lockheed Media Relations VP

Gordon Johndroe, a former National Security Council spokesman and deputy White House press secretary during the George W. Bush administration, has joined Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) as vice president of media relations and international communications. The 15-year communications and public relations veteran will serve as the company’s chief spokesperson and …

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Leonard Kennedy Joins Neustar as SVP, General Counsel; Lisa Hook Comments

Leonard Kennedy, a former general counsel and chief government affairs officer at Sprint Nextel, has joined Neustar as senior vice president and general counsel. The appointment takes effect May 13 and he will oversee Neustar’s legal and external affairs efforts such as public policy and government relations, Neustar said Thursday. …

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Brian Krzanich Elected Intel CEO, Renee James Named President

Brian Krzanich, a 31-year veteran of Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and current chief operating officer, has been elected to succeed the retiring Paul Otellini as CEO on May 16. Krzanich was a unanimous choice by the board of directors and becomes the sixth chief executive in the company’s history, Intel said …

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C.E. Andrews Named MorganFranklin Consulting CEO; Ron Morgan Comments

C.E. Andrews will succeed Robert Morgan as CEO of MorganFranklin Consulting,  effective May 13. Morgan helped found the company in 1998 and will stay active, along with co-founders Ron Morgan and Rob Franklin, in a directorial and advisory role, the company said Tuesday. Andrews most recently served as chief operating …

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Peter Sherlock Promoted to MITRE SVP, Director of Bedford Operations

MITRE Corp. has promoted Peter Sherlock, former executive director for integration at its National Security Engineering Center, to senior vice president and director for the company’s Bedford operations. Sherlock will oversee MITRE’s research in cybersecurity, aviation, homeland security, law enforcement, finance and healthcare at its Bedford, Mass. campus, as well …

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Steven Cortese Named DRS Washington Operations EVP; William Lynn Comments

Steven Cortese, a senior vice president at ATK (NYSE: ATK), has joined DRS Technologies as executive vice president for Washington operations. Cortese will serve as senior manager of the company’s relationships with U.S. Defense Department and federal agency customers, international customers and with defense industry business leaders, DRS said Friday. …

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GovCon Wire Stays at Forefront of April’s Executive Movements, Promotions

The month of April saw a flurry of high-level executive appointments at the nation’s top government contracting firms and GovCon Wire led the way in covering new arrivals in leadership posts. Government Contracting Wire, the full name of Executive Mosaic‘s real-time news site, covered announcements of CEO transitions, promotions to …

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Andrew Rogers Promoted to QinetiQ NA Tech Solutions EVP; JD Crouch Comments

Andrew Rogers, formerly senior vice president for QinetiQ North America‘s survivability product line, has been promoted to executive vice president and general manager of the technology solutions division. Rogers will lead QNA’s survivability, unmanned systems, power management, sensors and control systems product portfolios, the company said Thursday. He succeeds Mark …

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