Former Harris business adds three more executives

By Marjorie Censer / June 20, 2017 at 12:07 PM

The former Harris Corp. government IT services unit, now known as MHVC Acquisition Corp. and headed by Stu Shea, today named three new executives.

The Harris business, expected to produce $1.1 billion in fiscal year 2017 sales, was purchased by private-equity firm Veritas Capital earlier this year.

MHVC announced this month Shea, who previously worked at Leidos and Science Applications International Corp., would serve as chief executive.

Jeremy Wensinger, who previously led PAE's national security and solutions business, served as chief operating officer of GTSI and was president of Cobham Defense Systems, will be MHVC's chief operating officer. He also spent two decades with Harris and served as president of the IT services business and group president of the government communications systems business.

MHVC has also named James Winner general counsel and Robert Giannetta chief information officer. Winner, who joins from GardaWorld Federal Services, has also worked for Northrop Grumman, ITT and Exelis. Giannetta was CIO of USIS and has also worked at Nextel, Sprint and BAE Systems.