Former CIA Official Christopher Sharpley Joins Next Phase’s Federal Practice

Former CIA Official Christopher Sharpley Joins Next Phase's Federal Practice - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Christopher Sharpley, former acting inspector general of the CIA, has been named managing director of the federal practice at content and data management services provider Next Phase Solutions.

He will be responsible for helping shape Next Phase’s initiatives to deliver technology platforms for federal customers to manage data and processes, the company said Monday.

Sharpley worked at the CIA from July 2012 to August 2018 after he served as deputy IG at the Federal Housing Finance Agency and held similar role at the departments of Treasury and Energy. He spent nearly 10 years at the U.S. Air Force Reserve as director of security operations.

Florida-based Next Phase works with government clients to help them design, architect and implement content and case management systems.

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