Daniel Arnold oversees partnerships at Multimax

Multimax has appointed Daniel Arnold as director of corporate alliances and partnerships.

Arnold will oversee Multimax's relationships with key industry partners that join the company in pursuing, winning and performing mission-critical projects for government agencies. Reporting to Robert Donovan, Multimax's executive vice president for business development, Arnold began work Jan. 22.

Arnold has almost 16 years' information technology business development and sales experience. Most recently, he was associate publisher and advertising director at PostNewsweek Tech Media, which Federal Computer Week's parent company, 1105 Media, purchased last month. Arnold's prior experience includes senior management positions at MyFamily.com; 101 Communications, FCW's former parent company; eshare Communications; IBM; and FCW Government Technology Group.

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