SRA promotes executives

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Eleven executives at SRA International Inc. have been promoted, according to a company announcement.

The new titles include:

Kathleen Adams, senior vice president and director, civil sector.

Michael Fox, senior vice president and director of marketing and sales.

Christopher Bishop, vice president and director, capture strategy development.

Jeff Bradford, vice president and director, systems engineering and integration at the Adroit C4ISR Center.

John Dankowski, vice president and director of business development for national security programs.

M. Stuart Davis, vice president and director of investor relations.

Kevin Fagan, vice president and director, health research systems.

Michael Fisher, vice president and director of mergers and acquisitions.

Bruce Gilbert, vice president and director, C3I Pentagon programs

James Jones, vice president and director, engineering and technology group.

Herbert Kemp, vice president and director of C4ISR operations, Adroit C4ISR Center.

SRA chairman and chief executive officer Ernst Volgenau said the promotions reflect the "outstanding accomplishments and continuous support of the company's honesty and service ethic" shown by the executives.

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