Exiger hires former Air, Space Force contracting lead as government president

Cameron Holt joins Exiger to lead its government arm after three decades in the military.

Cameron Holt joins Exiger to lead its government arm after three decades in the military. Courtesy of Exiger.

This is the supply chain management software's newest move on the heels of investments by The Carlyle Group and Insight Partners.

Exiger, a provider of supply chain management software for public sector and commercial users, has hired a new president of its government business in retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Cameron Holt.

Holt joins the company amid its push to bolster the line of artificial intelligence products with the backing of two new majority owners in The Carlyle Group and Insight Partners, which entered the investment in December.

As president of Exiger Government Solutions, Holt will be responsible for the work to further scale the company's AI supply chain and third-party risk management solutions for users in government agencies and across the larger defense industrial base.

“America and her allies around the world face new, more sophisticated threats to freedom and the unalienable rights of all people,” Holt said in a release. “One of the main frontlines in this fight is the infiltration of critical supply chains to systematically create fragility and dependence and to transfer intellectual property and wealth.

Prior to Exiger, Holt completed 32 years of military service that included four as deputy assistant secretary for contracting for the Air Force and Space Force.

Holt moves into the role formerly held for the prior two years by Carrie Wibben, who has been promoted to president for the entire corporation. Wibben first joined Exiger in 2019 as senior vice president for national security and intelligence.

Wibben is a former deputy director for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. Before that she served as principal deputy for counterintelligence, security and law enforcement within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security.