Doug Boufford Named Sev1Tech Federal Civilian Business SVP

Doug Boufford, SVP pf Federal Civilian Business for Sev1Tech

Doug Boufford, a three-decade government services industry veteran, has joined Sev1Tech as senior vice president of the company’s federal civilian business unit.

He will aim to drive the unit’s efforts to grow presence and maintain customer satisfaction in the federal sector, Sev1Tech said Tuesday.

Boufford served as executive vice president of Digital Management Inc.’s federal and civilian programs portfolio and held a 21-year career at General Dynamics‘ information technology business, where he led maritime and border security programs in his more recent position as VP.

His industry career involved creation of strategic business plans designed to address corporate business development goals to increase organizational profit and corporate revenue.

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