GD makes executive moves

General Dynamics has named several people to new positions in the corporation and its IT business.

The shifts were kicked off by the naming of M. Amy Gilliland to the role of deputy for operations at GDIT.

To fill Gilliland’s former position as senior vice president of human resources and administration, the company tapped Kimberly Kuryea.

She was vice president and controller and now that roll will be filled by William A. Moss, staff vice president of internal audit. The board also named Moss as a vice president of the corporation.

Gilliland will report to S. Daniel Johnson, president of GDIT and executive vice president of Information Systems and Technology. She will remain a senior vice president and officer of the corporation.

In her new position, Kuryea will report to company chairman and CEO Phebe Novakovic. She will become a senior vice president and remain an officer of the corporation.

Moss will report to Jason W. Aiken, senior vice president and chief financial officer, in his new role as controller.

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