CHANTILLY, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Engility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:EGL) President and Chief Executive Officer Tony Smeraglinolo today announced as part of the company’s organizational realignment, that beginning January 1, 2013, John Heller will serve as Chief Operating Officer and John Craddock will become Senior Vice President for Strategic Relations.
Heller currently is President of the company’s Professional Support Services Division and Craddock is President of the Mission Support Services Division. Under the company’s new operating alignment that will be effective January 1, 2013, these two divisions will be eliminated.
As COO, Heller will oversee the company’s four main business groups: 1) Training and Mission Support Services, 2) Technology Services, 3) Engineering and Program Management Support Services and 4) International Development Services. Craddock will lead Engility’s newly-created Strategic Relations function, which will focus on developing and maintaining relationships with Engility’s senior level customers and other government stakeholders.
Heller and Craddock will continue to report to the President and CEO in their new roles. “John Heller and John Craddock, as members of our senior leadership team, will be taking on important new responsibilities as part of our restructuring,” Smeraglinolo said. “This realignment will provide added focus on the execution and growth of our business and improve our abilities to serve our customers.”
About Engility Corporation
Engility is a pure-play government services contractor providing highly-skilled personnel wherever, whenever they are needed, in a cost effective manner. Headquartered in Chantilly, Va., Engility is a leading provider of systems engineering services, training, program management, and operational support for the U.S. government with about 7,800 employees worldwide and estimated sales of $1.6 billion for 2012. To learn more about Engility, please visit www.engilitycorp.com.
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