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SkyePoint Transitions Eric Shaw to Chief Growth Officer; Frank Sturek Quoted

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Information technology services provider SkyePoint Decisions has elevated Eric Shaw from his prior position as capture director to the company’s chief growth officer.

In his new position, Shaw will identify growth opportunities and build on the company’s name recognition in the cybersecurity and risk management markets, the Dulles, Virginia-based company said Monday.

“[Shaw] is an accomplished Business Development and Capture professional, and a trusted leader in our organization…no one is more ready for this challenge than Eric,” commented SkyePoint Decisions President Frank Sturek.

The promoted executive has gathered experience as capture manager at Constellis, where he helped the company secure contracts valued from $10 million to over $1 billion from various Department of Defense agencies.

He was also a senior consultant at CGI Federal, where he honed his skills in developing win strategies, competitive analysis and teaming strategies and agreements, as well as contract award pursuits across the full lifecycle.

Before coming to SkyePoint, Shaw was director of capture and proposals at Axiologic Solutions LLC, where he oversaw corporate accounts with the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command and federal civilian agencies such as the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration.

Shaw will utilize this career work in order to help SkyePoint deepen its relationship with federal government clientele. He will additionally work to establish a methodical strategy to achieve the revenue and outreach goals the company has set in place.

The new chief growth officer cited the company’s shared “common vision and goals” as key aspects of SkyePoint’s culture.

“It’s an incredible honor to be part of the leadership team that sets the tempo. I look forward to my new role,” Shaw resolved.

The promotion of Shaw follows SkyePoint’s April elevation of former chief solutions officer Jason Weaver to the position of chief technology officer. Weaver and Shaw will surely collaborate closely in their new jobs.

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