DigitalNet adds three executives
- By Brad Grimes
- May 18, 2004
DigitalNet Holdings Inc. continues to grow its executive ranks. The Herndon, Va.-based company today introduced three new officials to head various parts of its networking computing business.
Doug Keach joined DigitalNet as senior vice president for strategic programs. Keach was previously the corporate strategist for Creative Information Technology Inc., an Arlington, Va.-based 8(a) solutions integrator serving the federal government.
Chris Wolf, former deputy assistant director of the FBI's Program Management Office, was named DigitalNet's senior vice president and chief administrative officer. The FBI is a major DigitalNet customer. Last August DigitalNet won a $22 million FBI contract for IT support services.
Retired Air Force Brigadier General Dan Goodrich was named DigitalNet's vice president for Air Force operations. Goodrich held numerous positions in the Air Force. Most recently he was director for command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) integration and deputy chief of staff for warfighting integration.
With 2003 revenues of $336 million, DigitalNet ranked No. 34 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list, which measures federal contracting revenue.