T-Rex realigns, hires execs to steer next phase

T-Rex Solutions has unveiled a new organizational structure that includes a series of leadership appointments to steer the government IT company through its next phase.

Sean Murphy, most recently chief growth and strategy officer, has moved into a new role as executive vice president of the federal civilian business area. Former CACI International executive Dab Kern has joined the company as executive vice president for the national security business area, T-Rex said in a pair of announcements Monday.

Kern led CACI’s expansion into the homeland security market before he returned to government service in 2014, after which he supported national security programs at the White House for two consecutive administrations.

T-Rex’s other major hire is Chris Scott, a 24-year contracting veteran, who will lead the company’s work with intelligence agencies. T-Rex entered that market in the fall of 2020 through its acquisition of Zot Inc.

T-Rex also said Rick Dansey, who joined the company last year as a vice president, was promoted to chief growth and strategy officer. Dansey will oversee a newly-created growth and strategy organization charged with aligning T-Rex’s two new business areas.

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