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Former H&R Block Exec Theresa Pattara Named Iron Mountain VP of North America Govt Affairs

Theresa Pattara, a former H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) senior director for public policy and advocacy, has joined Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM) as vice president of North America government affairs with responsibility over the implementation of a company-wide government engagement strategy. Iron Mountain said Tuesday the 20-year public policy and compliance veteran will promote …

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Belcan Targets IT Security Market With Intercom Consulting & Federal Systems Buy

Belcan, a portfolio company of private investment firm AE Industrial Partners, has purchased Intercom Consulting & Federal Systems for an undisclosed sum in a push to help address customer demand for information technology security platforms and services. Belcan CEO Lance Kwasniewski said in a statement released Wednesday the purchase aims to help expand Belcan’s efforts to …

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Marisa Daley Promoted to COO at MIL Corp.; Maurice Long Comments

Marisa Daley, formerly executive vice president of corporate business development at MIL Corp., has been promoted to chief operating officer at the Bowie, Maryland-based government services contractor. Daley will report to CEO Maurice Long Jr. and will be responsible for the company’s business strategy, operations and human resource functions, the company …

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Robert Moritz Named Global Chairman at PwC

Robert Moritz,  formerly U.S. chairman of PwC and a 31-year company veteran, has succeeded Dennis Nally as chairman of PwC International. PwC said Friday it also appointed 10 new leadership team members who will collaborate with Moritz and senior partners Raymund Chao for China, Kevin Ellis for the U.K., Tim Ryan for the U.S. and Norbert Winkeljohann for Germany. …

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FedBid Appoints Jim Spencer as CFO, Basil Gray as Sales & Defense VP

FedBid has appointed Jim Spencer, former chief financial officer of iBiquity Digital Corporation, as CFO and executive vice president while Basil Gray, former Gray Areas president and CEO, was named vice president for sales and defense. The online reverse auction marketplace operator said Monday Spencer will head the company’s financial and accounting operations under his new …

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AE Industrial Partners Acquires Composite & Metallic Parts Manufacturer AC&A

AE Industrial Partners has acquired AC&A, a manufacturer of composite and metallic parts and tooling for the aerospace, defense, space and automotive markets. The private investment firm said Thursday the deal follows AEI’s purchase of Belcan, an engineering project management and technical staffing company,  and Kellstrom Materials, a parts support and supply chain management provider …

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IBM Vet David Hathaway to Head Defense, Intell Business for Global Business Services Segment

David Hathaway, a 14-year IBM (NYSE: IBM) veteran and a former public sector application lead in its global business services segment, has transitioned into the role of vice president of defense and intelligence for the GBS organization, an IBM spokesperson has told GovCon Wire. Hathaway started the role April 1 and will …

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JD Kuhn Promoted to CFO at Salient CRGT

J.D. Kuhn, former senior vice president and controller at Salient CRGT, has been promoted to chief financial officer at the Fairfax, Va.-based software development and data analytics contractor. The company said Tuesday that Kuhn succeeds Ted Dunn, who will retire from the company after six years both there and the predecessor Salient Federal Solutions …

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Bill Johnston Joins Grant Thornton as Advisory Managing Director; Rich LaFleur Comments

Bill Johnston, a three-decade federal government industry veteran, has joined Grant Thornton as an advisory managing director. Johnston will be based at the company’s McLean, Virginia office and lead the firm’s government contracting industry practice, where he will support government vendors in contracting, accounting, compliance and regulatory matters, Grant Thornton said …

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PwC Survey: Enterprises Increasingly Adopt Risk-Based Security Frameworks to Counter Cyber Threats

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 1, 2016 — A new PwC survey found that enterprises are increasingly adopting risk-based cybersecurity frameworks and other security guidelines to boost efforts against cyber threats, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday. The company said 91 percent have implemented one or more risk-based frameworks, including that of the National Institute of …

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