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As vice director, Quagliotti is responsible for running the day-to-day business at DISA, one of the government's largest agencies. "It takes a lot of leadership to run an organization this size, and it's generally not the director that does it," said Lt. Gen. Charles Croom, director of DISA.
"It's the deputy director, because the director is out there glad-handing on the road. We've 30 or 40 sites around the world, so [the director is] gallivanting around."
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