Unisys taps retired general to lead DISA business

Unisys Corp. has appointed Frederick Henry to lead the company’s business with the Defense Information Systems Agency.

In his new role, Henry will lead the company’s work delivering technology solutions to DISA in the areas of application modernization, cybersecurity, and data center and infrastructure services.

Henry is a retired Army Brigadier General. He also served as DISA’s chief of staff from 2012 to 2014 and as deputy commander of the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command from 2010 to 2012.

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