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Accenture Federal taps ex-NSA deputy director to lead company's federal intell practice

Accenture Federal Services has named Hal Smith, a former associate deputy director at the National Security Agency, to lead the company’s federal intelligence practice.

As managing director of Accenture Federal’s intelligence practice, Smith will lead the practice in helping agencies mature their digital supply chain to enhance intelligence, readiness, security and efficiency, said Matthew Tait, senior managing director of Accenture Federal’s defense and intelligence sector.

Smith is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a former member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance Board of Advisors and the Network Reliability and Interoperability Council.

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