IMRI hires CACI vet Khan as federal lead

IT services company Information Management Resources Inc. said Monday it has hired former CACI International executive Kamran Khan as senior vice president of federal programs.

Khan will oversee Washington, D.C.-based IMRI’s growth initiatives as it seeks to expand across the federal market. At CACI, he was executive director of business development and worked to grow that company’s footprints across several defense agencies.

IMRI was founded in 1992 and provides cybersecurity, technology, program management and engineering services to government and commercial sector organizations.

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