New Role for Fox

By Christopher J. Castelli / August 20, 2013 at 7:57 PM

Christine Fox, who recently shepherded the Defense Department's Strategic Choices and Management Review before stepping down as head of the Pentagon's cost assessment and program evaluation (CAPE) shop, has joined the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., as a principal technical adviser, the lab announced today. "We are very pleased Christine decided to join APL," APL Director Ralph Semmel said in a statement. "Christine brings to us a wealth of experience and strategic insights that will help us better support our sponsors and the nation."

In her new role, Fox will "provide strategic advice and counsel across the lab's sponsors and stakeholders," according to the statement.

Before being appointed by Obama administration to lead CAPE in 2009, Fox served as president of the Center for Naval Analyses, a federally funded research and development center.