Siemens' federal arm names Tina Dolph CEO

Siemens Government Technologies -- the industrial conglomerate’s U.S. federal subsidiary – said Tuesday it has appointed 25-year federal market veteran Tina Dolph as its next president and CEO.

Dolph will officially join SGT on Oct. 1 to take the role formerly held by Barbara Humpton, who elevated to CEO for Siemens’ entire U.S. business in June.

The Reston, Virginia-based SGT business is an independently-run subsidiary of Siemens Corp., which SGT uses as preferred supplier for all federal contracts related to energy, health care, infrastructure, electric power and automation.

Dolph more recently was chief strategy officer for CRDF Global and has also held executive roles at Lockheed Martin, PAE, ASRC Federal and the former FCi Federal.

At Lockheed, she helped lead its integration and subsequent divestiture in 2011 of PAE, where she was an executive vice president and later chief operating officer.

Siemens has approximately 50,000 employees in its U.S. business, which posted $23.3 billion in revenue last year.

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