Ken Krieg appointed LMI board chair

Former Defense Department acquisition leader Ken Krieg has been elected to chair the board of directors at nonprofit government consulting firm LMI.

Krieg’s term took effect Wednesday and he succeeds Todd Stottlemyer, who will remain on the board, the company said in a release.

Stottlemyer stepped down as chair nearly three months after he was appointed CEO of health care IT contractor CNSI. He has been a member of LMI’s board since 2015.

In addition to LMI, Krieg is on the board of directors for BWX Technologies and several other private companies.

His government service career includes time as undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics; special assistant to the defense secretary; and director for program analysis and evaluation.

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