Max Hall, Stephen Hughes Join Pragmatics

Pragmatics has named Max Hall and Stephen Hughes to leadership positions.

Hall has been named chief operating officer, while Hughes will take on the role of chief financial officer.

“As we position Pragmatics for continued corporate growth and significant expansion, we are taking steps to ensure that our executive team possesses the vision and expertise to advance our efforts,” CEO Long Nguyen said. “These two leaders possess the proven ability to help us achieve our goal.”

Hall will look to deliver “high-quality products and services and effective operational performance on a leading portfolio of federal government contracts.”

Prior to joining Pragmatics, Hall spent 18 years at SRA International, including his most recent post as senior vice president, Health & Civil Services Sector.

Hall spoke with ExecutiveBiz last year about his position. Click here to read the interview.

As CFO, Hughes will oversee financial operations, including corporate accounting, financial strategy and business planning and human resources.

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