CenturyLink government business taps new VP, contracts management

CenturyLink has appointed Marcy Palus to the position of vice president of contracts management on its federal government solutions team.

In her new role, Palus will be responsible for the company’s federal government contracts division and will manage all key customer and external relationships within the federal government finance and contracting community.

She joins the company from Lockheed Martin, where she served as vice president of contracts. Before that, she was a vice president at Raytheon.

In addition to Palus, CenturyLink named Thelma Barker branch director on the company’s Defense Department sales team. Tina Bohse is additionally now branch director for the company’s Homeland Security Department and cybersecurity program sales team.

Shari Snyder is now branch director for CenturyLink’s intelligence program sales team, and Kristine Adams is now part of the federal government solutions team working on special projects.

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