British Telecom division taps former senior Defense staffer

BT Syntegra, a division of British Telecommunications plc, has named Alan Ptak as president of the company's federal government business. Ptak, a former deputy assistant secretary of Defense and deputy assistant secretary of State, will lead the development of BT Syntegra's systems integration business, the company said.

Arden Hills, Minn.-based BT Syntegra specializes in business transformation and change management. The company provides consulting and systems integration services, including program management and custom systems design, development and operation.

Prior to joining BT Syntegra, Ptak held executive positions at Deloitte Consulting, IBM Corp., and Lockheed Martin Corp.

BT Syntegra has more than 5,000 employees worldwide and reported revenues of roughly $1 billion in its fiscal year ending March 2003.

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