Citizant promotes new CFO, COO

COO is a newly created position at Citizant

Citizant has appointed a new chief financial officer, and a new chief operating officer.

Greg Gorgone was named CFO, Jeffrey Beyer was named COO. The COO position is a new one for Citizant, while Gorgone is the first CFO for the company since 2010.

“These promotions complete our executive management team and position these two outstanding partners with the authority they need to manage corporate developments in the coming years,” said Alba Alemán, Citizant president and CEO.

Gorgone has been with the company for 11 years, and was the senior vice president of finance and administration.

Beyer came to Citizant in 2011, after serving as president of the Engle Group, and 20 years with Management Systems Designers, where he was COO before its acquisition by Lockheed Martin Corp.

“With Citizant’s recent growth, especially in the government Financial and Regulatory Services sector, it’s time to recognize the leadership and experience that Greg and Jeffrey bring to our team,” Alemán said.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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