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ManTech names IBM vet to growth leadership role

ManTech International has hired former IBM executive and 25-year federal market veteran John Boyle as senior vice president and chief growth officer for the contractor’s mission solutions and services group.

The appointment is effective July 8 and Boyle will oversee sales and business development functions with customers in the Defense Department and certain civilian agencies, ManTech said Monday.

Those civilian clients include the State, Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services departments.

At IBM, he was business development and client first leader in its global business services segment.

Boyle’s career also includes leadership roles at Unisys, Capgemini, Science Applications International Corp., ACS/Xerox/Lockheed Martin and EDS/DXC/Perspecta.

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