MacAulay-Brown taps new group VP of business development

MacAulay-Brown has named Bill Callaghan vice president of business development, where he will report to Fred Norman, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Mission Systems group.

In his new role, Callaghan will identify and capture strategic business opportunities in the defense and special operations communities, as well as focus on increasing the company’s homeland security business by leveraging several DHS prime contracts, the company said in a release.

Before joining MacB, Callaghan was vice president of business development, federal markets for DLH Corp. Before that, he held a number of senior roles at Lockheed Martin and Honeywell International. Callaghan also served 25 years in the Army.

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