Professional services firm T-Rex Solutions announced several key hires and promotions to support a new organizational structure. The company is establishing new business areas for national security and federal civilian markets.
“We are positioned for significant growth in the coming years because of our hard work and success providing excellent service delivery and innovative IT solutions,” said CEO Seth Moore. “We are doubling down to provide our capabilities to more agencies and customers.”
Sean Murphy, who joined the organization in 2011 and most recently served as the chief growth and strategy officer, will lead the newly formed federal civilian business area as executive vice president.
T-Rex has hired Olin Green as director of emerging markets and Bill MacDonald as director of the commerce market. T-Rex also promoted Utpal Amin to director for the Department of Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs markets. Catherine Tiffany will support Murphy as director of operations for the newly formed Federal Civilian business area.
Dab Kern joins T-Rex as executive vice president of the national security business area. Chris Scott recently joined the organization to lead the intelligence community market.
“The technologies and processes used to deliver a secure cloud-based 2020 Census are innovations that position T-Rex for growth in the federal marketplace,” said Rick Dansey, chief growth and strategy officer. “With our new organizational structure, we have a high-caliber team poised to bring these innovations to our federal clients.”
Amy Miller Feehery was recently hired as director of federal civilian business development, and Dan Sundius transitions to director of national security business development.
“Our business area leadership is ready to lead our program workforce and partner with their business development counterparts to bring innovation to our government clients,” said Valerie Utsey, chief people officer.