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Accenture federal arm elevates John Fraser

Accenture's federal arm said Tuesday it has promoted John Fraser to president of its ASM Research subsidiary.

Accenture Federal Services acquired ASM in 2013 to expand health IT and related modernization work with defense agencies. Prior to the transaction, Fraser was president and chief operating officer of Fairfax, Virginia-based ASM and moved to an executive vice president role post-close.

Fraser first joined ASM in 1986. He succeeds the retiring Eric Warden, who began his tenure as ASM president on Sept. 1, 2016. Warden spent two decades with Accenture.

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