Ragan resigns as GTSI financial chief

Joe Ragan has resigned as chief financial officer at GTSI Corp., a government provider of information technology products and services.

Ragan will become CFO at Boart Longyear, a global supplier of drilling services and products based in Salt Lake City, GTSI announced today.

The company has named Peter Whitfield, vice president of financial planning, analysis and internal audit, as interim CFO.

GTSI, of Chantilly, Va., provides technology products, professional services and IT infrastructure solutions to the government sector. The company ranks No. 45 on Washington Technology's 2008 Top 100 list of the largest federal government prime contractors.

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