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BCG Exec Bradley Hansell Nominated DoD Deputy Undersecretary for Intell, Security

Bradley Hansell

Bradley Hansell, an associate director of Boston Consulting Group and a leader within the company's North American public sector business, is set to receive a presidential nomination to be deputy undersecretary for intelligence and secretary at the Department of Defense.

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Arvind Krishna to Succeed Ginni Rometty as IBM CEO; Jim Whitehurst Named President

Arvind Krishna, senior vice president for cloud and cognitive software at IBM (NYSE: IBM), has been elected to serve as CEO and board member of the company, effective April 6. The board of directors also elected James “Jim” Whitehurst, an SVP at IBM and CEO of Red Hat, to serve as president of IBM.

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Aurora Flight Sciences Vet Mark Cherry Joins Boeing as Phantom Works VP; Leanne Caret Comments

Mark Cherry, president and chief operating officer at Manassas, Virginia-based autonomous systems maker Aurora Flight Sciences, has been appointed to succeed Darryl Davis as vice president of Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) Phantom Works technology arm. Davis, who served as head of Phantom Works for a decade, will transition into a program management …

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Raytheon’s David Wajsgras Joins CNAS Board of Advisers

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 19, 2016 — David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon‘s (NYSE: RTN) intelligence, information and services business, is one of nine executives who have joined the board of advisers at the Center for a New American Security, GovCon Executive reported Friday. CNAS said Thursday the executives come from …

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Jonathan Scholl to Join Leidos as Health, Engineering President

Jonathan Scholl, chief strategy officer for a nonprofit healthcare delivery system in Texas and a 15-year Boston Consulting Group veteran, will join Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) as health and engineering sector president on June 22. Leidos said Tuesday Scholl has held the CSO role at Texas Health Resources for the past five years …

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