Robbins-Gioia appoints head of intell division

Robbins-Gioia announced today the appointment of Marie O'Brien as president of its newly created Intelligence Community Division.

O'Brien has more than 20 years of industry leadership in leading-edge technologies, systems, and applications for the federal government and Fortune 500 companies.

O'Brien previously worked for ePOK, a start-up software company in the information-sharing environment. Before that, she she was vice president for government sales at Sun Microsystems. In her 15-year career there, O'Brien worked in sales, marketing, and commercial and emerging markets. Before Sun, O'Brien worked in the IBM-compatible mainframe industry.

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