Dataline names new president, CEO

Dataline, an information technology systems integrator, has named Roger Baker its president and chief executive officer.

Baker joins Dataline from General Dynamics IT, where he was most recently vice president of IT strategy and chief information officer.

Baker was executive vice president and general manager of the Telecommunications and Information Assurance business group for CACI International, and CIO at the Commerce Department.

Dataline was recently acquired by DLN Holdings, an affiliate of the White Oak Group, a private equity firm focused on investments in the aerospace and defense industry.

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