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Cliff Greenblatt Promoted to TASC VP, General Counsel

Cliff Greenblatt, who joined TASC in 2010 as deputy general counsel, has been promoted to general counsel and vice president at the Chantilly, Va.-based contractor. Greenblat will lead the company’s ethics and compliance and trade-compliance activities, as well as help both TASC and customers address matters regarding compliance and mitigating risks, …

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David Rowland Tapped as Accenture CFO; Pamela Craig to Retire

David Rowland, senior vice president of finance at Accenture (NYSE: ACN), has been promoted to chief financial officer and will succeed Pamela Craig on July 1. Craig will then retire from the consulting and professional services firm Aug. 31 after a 34-year career there, Accenture said Thursday. The company announced …

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Accenture 2Q Health, Public Service Net Revenue Up 13%; Pierre Nanterme Comments

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has announced financial results for its second quarter of fiscal year 2013, ended Feb. 28, 2013. The consulting and technology services provider reported $1.19 billion in net revenue for its health and public service segment, a 13 percent increase in both U.S. and local currency over the prior …

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Christine Bailey Joins Accenture As Deputy Federal CFO

Christine Bailey, a former chief financial officer at L-3 Communications‘ (NYSE: LLL) MPRI division, has joined Accenture (NYSE: ACN) as deputy CFO for its federal services subsidiary, GovCon Wire has learned. Bailey joined MPRI in June 2011 as senior vice president and CFO, holding responsibility for the division’s financial planning, …

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Kay Kapoor Joins AT&T As Govt Services President

Kay Kapoor, former CEO of Accenture Federal Services (NYSE: ACN), has joined AT&T (NYSE: T) as president of the government solutions unit. The 25-year government contracting and technology veteran will lead a team of nearly 4, 000 employees that provide information technology and professional services to federal agencies, AT&T said …

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Accenture Moving NSF Financials To Cloud Computing; Ed Meehan Comments

Accenture Federal Services has won a five-year, $24.4 million contract to transition the U.S. National Science Foundation’s financial accounting system to a cloud computing environment. The company plans to host the agency’s 25-year old system in a shared service environment and use commercial-off-the-shelf software for the project, Accenture said Thursday. …

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Accenture To Update USDA Food Safety Data System; Ed Meehan Comments

FSIS is responsible for overseeing labeling and packaging of meat, poultry and egg products in the U.S. Ed Meehan, head of Accenture’s federal civilian agency portfolio, said the company will help FSIS protect the country’s food supply infrastructure. “Federal agencies are faced with the challenge of transforming and improving how …

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Accenture CEO Pierre Nanterme Adds Board Chairman Title

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) CEO Pierre Nanterme has succeeded William Green as chairman of the board of directors, effective Friday. Green, whom Nanterme succeeded as CEO in January 2011, retired from the company. “I am honored to take on the additional role of chairman, ” Nanterme said “I want to thank …

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Accenture to Build Defense Contract Mgmt IT System; Joe Chenelle Comments

Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal business has won an eight-month contract to design an information technology system for the Defense Contract Management Agency to mange contracting activity. The company said it will focus on analytics, work flow and streamlining reporting with the goal of helping the DCMA address reviews that require …

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Accenture Promotes 18-Year Vet David Moskovitz to Lead Federal Business; Stephen Rohleder Comments

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has promoted 18-year company veteran David Moskovitz to chief executive of its federal business, effective immediately. The move comes nearly two months after John Goodman, managing director of the defense and intelligence business, was named to lead the federal business on an interim basis after then-chief executive …

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