SRA realigns groups, taps new leaders

Company consolidates four groups into two

SRA has tapped three executives to fill senior leadership positions as the company realigns its operating groups from four to two.

SRA will combine its Defense group with its Intelligence, Homeland Security & Law Enforcement group to create the National Security Group. George Batsakis will oversee as senior vice president. Batsakis was formerly senior vice president of the Defense Group.

The company will also combine its Civil Government and Health Groups to form the Health and Civil Group. Paul Nedzbala will lead the group as senior vice president. Nedzbala was formerly senior vice president of the Civil Government Group.

Pat Burke, former senior vice president of the Intelligence, Homeland Security & Law Enforcement group, will serve as chief technology officer of SRA. The creation of the CTO role will allow the company to leverage its technology expertise across the business, SRA said in a release.

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