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Booz Allen Vet Mary Gillam Takes Pentagon Technology, Innovation Post

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The Defense Department has named Mary Gillam director of technology and innovation in the Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer.

According to Fedscoop, Gillam previously served as an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton and worked with the secretary of the Air Force’s chief information officer.

Prior to Booz Allen, she served as director of information technology and chief information officer at the Air Logistics Center.

She has also served as chief of staff to the deputy assistant secretary of defense for C3, space and spectrum and was the senior C4 systems engineer with the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Earlier this month, the Pentagon appointed Army Maj. Gen. Jennifer Napper director of plans and policy at U.S. Cyber Command.

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