Ernst and Young hires former Army vice chief Dan Allyn

Ernst and Young has added retired Army Vice Chief of Staff Dan Allyn to the global consulting firm's government and public sector market leadership team.

Allyn will formerly hold the title of executive director, EY said Wednesday. He retired last year after a 36-year Army career that concluded with three years as its second-highest ranking officer.

As vice chief of staff, Allyn worked with the Army secretary and chief of staff to manage a force of more than 1 million soldiers across the country and around the world.

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