Bruce Brody to leave Input

Former Medicare official joins Input

Bruce Brody, vice president of information security at Input, a consulting and research firm, has announced his resignation. He will be joining CACI Oct. 2 as vice president of information assurance.

In his letter of resignation, Brody said his decision to leave “was more about getting back into the game on information security and helping to secure our nation’s critical information systems and networks.”

“I have accepted an offer for a position that would allow me to return to the front lines of information security, which is where I believe I belong,” he said.

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