ASI picks retired general as president

Analytical Services Inc. (ASI) has chosen retired Army Maj. Gen. John Holly to be its president and managing director. Holly currently serves on ASI's board.

A former deputy director of the Missile Defense Agency, he has also been senior vice president and general manager of Intergraph’s federal solutions business unit.

ASI and Intergraph are based in Huntsville, Ala. ASI specializes in information technology, systems engineering and program management services for government customers.

In his new role, Holly is in charge of business operations, performance, program management oversight, customer relations and resource allocation. Drawing on his Defense Department experience, he will shape ASI's long-term strategy in the space and defense markets, according to the company's announcement.

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