Intellidyne's founder returns to CEO role

IntelliDyne said Wednesday that its founder Robert Grey will return to the government technology services company as CEO and succeed Tony Crescenzo, who previously led it for six years.

Falls Church, Virginia-based IntelliDyne is bringing Grey back as it shifts its strategy in growing the customer base, refining current offerings and expanding into new federal agencies.

Grey founded the company in 1999 and first stepped back from the CEO role in 2008 while remaining chairman of the board of directors.

In the announcement, Grey said the company has also created a chief growth officer position and hired former Xator executive Craig Janus to that position.

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