New LMI chief says company is 'actively looking' for new acquisitions

December 8, 2017 at 9:32 AM
Not-for-profit defense contractor LMI is shedding its international work and refocusing its attention on its procurement, logistics, sustainment and analytics capabilities, the organization's new chief executive says. In an interview with Inside Defense at LMI's headquarters in Tysons Corner, VA, David Zolet said he's readying LMI for growth, both through existing work and through acquisitions. Zolet joined the organization in September, succeeding Nelson Ford, who had led LMI since 2009. Zolet previously headed CSC's national public sector business and...

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