Tag Archives: EY

Eric Clark Appointed Chief Digital Officer of NTT Data Services; Bob Pryor Quoted

Eric Clark, former president of the application services division at NTT Data Services, has been named chief digital officer of the Plano, Texas-based technology services provider. The company said Wednesday Clark will aim to address clients’ systems design requirements through the use of digital, cloud and security technologies. Bob Pryor, CEO of …

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EY Plans $1B Tech Investment for Innovation Push; Mark Weinberger Comments

Global professional services company EY has announced plans to spend $1 billion to develop cloud-based platforms and managed service offerings intended for both the public and private sectors. EY said Sunday the two-year investment effort will support the creation of technology products, client services, innovation programs and the company’s ecosystem across the software, audit, …

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Iridium’s Matt Desch, NTT Data’s Tim Conway Among GovCon Vets Named to NVTC FY 2018-2019 Board

Iridium Communications CEO Matt Desch and Tim Conway, president of NTT Data’s public sector business, have been appointed to the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s board of directors for fiscal year 2018-2019. Desch is one of the eight executives appointed by Rich Montoni, NVTC board chairman and vice chairman at Maximus, …

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Former EY Partner Robert Kovarik Appointed to Leidos Board; Roger Krone Comments

Robert Kovarik, a former partner at Ernst & Young and a 28-year veteran of accounting firm Arthur Andersen, has joined Leidos‘ board of directors. “Bob brings the board over 40 years of experience in risk management and auditing for major corporations,” Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, said in a statement published Thursday. Kovarik …

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KBR Govt Business to Support Australia’s Military Tech Acquisition, Sustainment Efforts

KBR‘s government services arm has landed a potential 11-year contract to provide support services to the capability acquisition and sustainment group of the Australian defense department. The company said Wednesday KBRwyle will serve as one of the four major service providers to CASG through the contract that has a five-year base period and six option …

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Michelle McCarthy Named Mercury Systems VP, Chief Accounting Officer & Controller

Michelle McCarthy, former corporate controller at Analog Devices, has joined defense electronics manufacturer Mercury Systems as vice president, chief accounting officer and controller. Mercury Systems said Tuesday McCarthy will report to Chief Financial Officer Michael Ruppert and oversee the company’s financial reporting, accounting and tax operations. The certified public accountant previously served as corporate financial …

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Treasury Dept Vet James Mackie Joins EY in Director Role

James Mackie, former director of the Treasury Department‘s Office of Tax Analysis, has joined Ernst and Young as co-director of the company’s quantitative economics and statistics group. The more than 30-year Treasury veteran will lead the Washington, D.C.-based QUEST group with  Robert Carroll, said Thursday. In his previous role, Mackie led OTA’s efforts to …

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DOJ Vet Kathleen McGovern Named EY Principal

Kathleen McGovern, a 14-year veteran of the Justice Department, has joined Ernst & Young‘s Washington, D.C. office as a principal in its fraud investigation and dispute services practice. EY said Friday McGovern joins other former government officials working in the company’s FIDS group and brings more than two decades of prosecutorial experience to her new …

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Julie Boland Named EY Vice Chair & Regional Managing Partner

Julie Boland, managing partner at EY‘s Cleveland office, has been named as the company’s vice chair and regional managing partner for the U.S. Central Region, effective July 1. EY said Wednesday Boland will oversee teams, market leadership, talent development and customer service for the company’s regional practice. She will also support …

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EY Selected as SAIC’s Next Audit Services Provider

Science Applications International Corp. has chosen EY to serve as the independent public accounting firm for the McLean, Virginia-based government contractor’s next fiscal year ending Feb. 1, 2019. SAIC said Friday the audit committee of its board of directors made the decision after the panel completed a competitive evaluation of multiple independent registered accounting firms. Deloitte is …

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