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MacAulay-Brown promotes two from within

MacAulay-Brown has made two internal promotions.

Mike Ritter will add vice president to his current chief security officer title. In his new position, he will continue to lead all security-related operations, but will now also focus on helping the company meet its business objectives, MacB said in a release. Before joining MacB in 2011, Ritter worked at SAIC. He holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Washburn University.

Bernie Murtaugh has been named vice president of Strategic Proposal Operations. In his new role, Murtaugh will lead the coordination and production of key proposals for the company. Before joining MacB in 2005, Murtaugh worked at MTC Technologies and The Standard Register Company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Western Illinois University.

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