Philippe de Raet Appointed Enformion Public Sector VP

Philippe de Raet Appointed Enformion Public Sector VP - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Philippe de Raet, a former vice president at TransUnion and Experian, has been named VP of the public sector business at data-as-a-service company Enformion.

He plans to customize and expand Enformion's data tools designed for federal, state and local government customers, Enformion said Tuesday.

De Raet helped multiple agencies utilize, verify and investigate data throughout his career. He supported the National Institute of Standards and Technology in its efforts to define user authentication guidelines during his tenure as VP of the Kantara Board of Trustees.

His other previous roles include manager of federal civilian accounts at Northrop Grumman and president of TechSys International.

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