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Boston Consulting Hires Brad Carson as Senior Adviser, Trent Reasons as Associate Director

The Boston Consulting Group has appointed Brad Carson,  former acting undersecretary for personnel and readiness at the Defense Department, as senior adviser and named Trent Reasons, former director of analysis at the Treasury Department, as associate director. BCG said Tuesday Carson will support the management consulting firm’s worldwide public sector practice as well as aerospace and defense programs. …

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PwC Vet Scott Hefter Joins BCG as Public Sector Practice Partner, Managing Director; Sharon Marcil Comments

Scott Hefter, a former management consulting and analytics leader at PwC, has joined The Boston Consulting Group as a partner and managing director at BCG’s Washington-based public sector business. The 25-year advisory services veteran will work with public sector customers to adopt business strategies from the private sector, ” BCG said Thursday. “He …

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Robbert Kuppens, Former Cisco CIO, Named Boston Consulting Group Global CIO

Robbert Kuppens, a 25-year business and IT management veteran and partner in The Boston Consulting Group‘s office in Amsterdam since January, has been appointed the company’s global chief information officer. He is expected to lead BCG’s global IT function as his predecessor Tom Dionisio retires following 15 years as CIO, the company said Monday. …

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OMB, IRS Vet Daniel Werfel Joins Boston Consulting Group’s Public Sector Practice

Daniel Werfel, formerly acting commissioner at the Internal Revenue Service, has joined The Boston Consulting Group as a director of the firm’s Washington-based public sector practice. With BCG’s public sector team, Werfel will work with government agencies worldwide on finances, service delivery,  transformation plans and risk assessment initiatives, the firm said Monday. In …

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