Former exec returns to SiloSmashers as CFO

Paul Langevin will be responsible for the managing the firm’s financial functions

Paul Langevin has returned to SiloSmasher Inc., having been named chief financial officer.

He will be responsible for leading the public sector consulting firm’s financial functions, including financial planning and accounting, executive-level financial measurement and reporting, contract management, capital investment and cash management, as well as audit, tax and quality certifications issues.

Langevin also will drive policy, strategy and negotiation for all banking, client and partner agreements; and engage and maintain contacts with financial institutions and the investment community.

Before re-joining SiloSmashers, he was CFO at 3001 Inc., where he assisted in the sale and transition of the company to Northrop Grumman Corp.

He served in a similar role previously at SiloSmashers, and he also has held senior-level management positions at ManTech International and ICF International.



About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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