Former Dovel Exec Kevin Humphreys to Lead Finance Efforts at GRSi

Former Dovel Exec Kevin Humphreys to Lead Finance Efforts at GRSi
Kevin Humphreys Director of Finance GRSi

Kevin Humphreys, former senior manager of financial planning and analysis at information technology services provider Dovel Technologies, has joined GRSi to serve as the professional and technical services company's director of finance.

GRSi said Friday Humphreys will be responsible for team supervision on tasks related to financial reporting and analysis, pricing and customer invoicing, and will report to David Kerbel, vice president of accounting and compliance at the company.

At Dovel, he led its finance division, overseeing financial planning and analysis and driving monthly close and reporting cycles. Humphreys also spearheaded finance-related efforts at multiple companies including General Dynamics' information technology business and Zenimax Media.

His career also includes finance management work at Accenture, Deloitte, Science Applications International Corp. and Alion Science and Technology.

GRSi offers cybersecurity, systems engineering, enterprise operations management and technology insertion services to customers in civilian, intelligence, defense and commercial markets.

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