Brubaker joins SI International

SI International today announced that Paul Brubaker would join the company as chief marketing officer.

Brubaker most recently was principal of ICG Government, which he founded to advise technology companies on how to market their services to federal customers. Prior to that, he was chief executive officer of Aquilent, an e-government professional services firm.

Brubaker was deputy assistant secretary of defense and deputy chief information officer under Defense Secretary William Cohen in the late 1990s. But he first made his mark as a staffer for then-senator Cohen in the mid-1990s, helping shepherd the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996, which triggered a dramatic change in how agencies buy and manage technology.

At SI International, Brubaker will oversee all corporate marketing activities and report directly to Brad Antle, the company's president and chief executive officer. SI International provides federal agencies with professional services in areas such as software development, systems engineering, systems consulting, and information security.

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