Hagee joins IAP Worldwide Services

IAP Worldwide Services announced today that Gen. Michael Hagee, who retired earlier this year after serving as the 33rd commandant of the Marine Corps, has joined IAP's Board of Directors, effective today.

Hagee was also named special adviser to the chairman, chief executive officer and president. As such, he will provide strategic advice and guidance to IAP's business operations in the global marketplace.

Hagee retired from the Marine Corps Jan. 1 after a 39-year military career.

To read Federal Computer Week's overage of Hagee, click here.


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