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Peter Dube, Roger Caslow join Suss Consulting

Two former military and intelligence community officials have joined federal consultancy Suss Consulting: Peter Dube and Roger Caslow.

Dube will serve as a principle consultant, while Caslow is joining as an executive consultant.

Dube is a veteran federal IT program manager, and most recently worked at SAIC as general manager of the enterprise and mission solutions business unit. He has also worked for Boeing, NASA, the Army National Guard and Army Reserves.

Caslow joins Suss Consulting following a government career in the intelligence community, where he previously worked in the intelligence community CIO’s office as chief for risk management/information security programs.

“Their knowledge and expertise in the federal marketplace will strengthen Suss Consulting’s offerings and services to its industry and government clients,” Warren Suss, president of Suss consulting, said in a released statement.

Posted by Amber Corrin on Apr 19, 2012 at 12:11 PM


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