Accenture Federal hires Johns Hopkins APL vet Ian McCulloh

Accenture Federal Services has hired Ian McCulloh, former chief scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, to the role of chief data scientist.

McCulloh will work in AFS’ analytics and applied intelligence practice and focus on advanced data science offerings for government customers, the global consulting giant’s federal subsidiary said Wednesday.

At APL, McCulloh established an applied science group and was principal investigator for several major grants and programs in support of the national security community.

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