Doug Keating joins Vibrint as BD VP

On January 31, Hanover, MD-based Vibrint, a federal technology leader working to sustain mission advantage for the national security community, announced the appointment of senior federal technology leader Doug Keating as vice president of business development. Keating was previously executive lead for Microsoft’s prime contract focused on delivering successful multicloud solutions for the intelligence community. Reporting to Chief Growth Officer Amy Steinberg, Keating will spearhead the expansion of the firm’s national security customer portfolio.

“We are extremely pleased to have Doug step into this vital role as we work to set up Vibrint for success in 2024 and beyond by scaling our capabilities and expanding the scope of our support to federal customers,” said Vibrint CEO Tom Lash. “Doug will be a great asset to our team as we work to bring our powerful combined offering of technology services and products to support a broader array of national security agencies who have critical mission needs for intelligent systems design and analytics.”

“Vibrint is one of the most dynamic firms in the national security sector today, and I am excited to be joining Tom, Amy and their amazing team,” said Keating. “The nexus of advanced technology and expert services is key to delivering the robust, transformational solutions required in today’s rapidly changing intelligence arena. I look forward to working with the experts at Vibrint to support agencies in need of their unparalleled capabilities.”

Keating brings to Vibrint more than 30 years of experience serving the national security mission and community. In addition to his work with Microsoft, he has led and supported business development operations for several Fortune 500 companies, including Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton. He also is the founder and chief learning officer at ATW! Leadership, an online company focused on training next generation business leaders.  Keating began his career serving 10 years as a Ranger in the U.S. Army.

Source: Vibrint

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