Clifford is named CIO at DynCorp International

New executive has experience in strategic planning and IT infrastructure development.

DynCorp International LLC has hired Daniel Clifford as its chief information officer and vice president of information technology.

Clifford joins the Falls Church, Va., provider of mission-critical services to government agencies from Young America Corp., where he was in charge of strategic planning and application development, as well as IT infrastructure planning and deployment.

Previously he was vice president of information technology for Alliant Techsystems Inc. and before that Clifford worked for 15 years at Northwest Airlines as director of information systems applications and director of enterprise systems asset management.

“His experience in strategic planning, IT infrastructure development, and integrated global services delivery will be a valuable addition to our company,” DynCorp International President and CEO William Ballhaus said in a statement.

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