Preferred Systems Solutions Names Dan Muse CFO

Dan Muse, PSS

Dan Muse, PSS

Preferred Systems Solutions, Inc. announced Dan Muse as its new chief financial officer, a finance professional with more than 20 years of leadership experience and former CFO for FCI Enterprises LLC and Sevatec.

Prior to his CFO roles, Muse was an investment banker with Stifel’s Aerospace, Defense and Government Services group for more than 10 years, and spent time working for Goldman Sachs and Arthur Andersen.

At Preferred Systems Solutions, Muse will report directly to President and CEO Randy Morgan, overseeing the company’s finance, accounting, human resources and recruiting, contracts and procurement, corporate security, information systems, facilities and treasury functions, according to the company.

“Over the past 12 months, PSS has made excellent progress in transforming its business model to focus on higher end growth markets, building its workforce, winning new and re-compete contracts, and developing a robust pipeline of exciting new business opportunities,” said Morgan, who was named CEO in January. “Each day provides us with an opportunity to excel and delight our customers with exceptional solutions and services. Dan is well respected by customers, partners and colleagues within the industry and his expansive experience is directly related to the areas of growth we are pursuing at PSS.”

Muse will also have business development responsibilities for the company’s consulting division, which provides services like financial consulting, systems implementation, reporting tools and business process outsourcing solutions to government contractors.

Morgan said Muse’s extensive experience in corporate finance and investment banking serving the government contracting space is an ideal fit for the company. “He brings a professional, engaging and rigorous approach to the CFO role, with a demonstrated track record of success,” he added.

Muse says he is excited to join the management team, priding its workforce and the potential of its customer set.

“I look forward to putting my background and skills to work to help the company achieve greater results for our customers, employees, and stakeholders,” he said.

Related: Preferred Systems Solutions Hires Randy Morgan as CEO

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