Monday Moves: The Biggest Executive Moves from the Week in Government Contracting

This week, Stanley created a new COO position and named Jim Brabston to the post.

QinetiQ appointed Admiral James Burnell-Nugent to a non-executive director position, while CSC picked Denise Preppard to head HR at the firmEricsson Federal brought in David Brager to serve as CTO and Razorsight went with Frank Culkin to lead client services.

Dell Federal announced the addition of Jerry Garretson and Lon McPhail.

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