Brubaker joins SI International

Paul Brubaker, a former Defense Department official and Capitol Hill adviser, is the new vice president and chief marketing officer for SI International Inc.

Brubaker is leaving ICG Government, the Reston, Va., consulting company he founded. At SI International, also of Reston, he will oversee corporate marketing for the systems integrator.

Brad Antle, SI International's president and chief operating officer, said Brubaker will help the company focus on government business related to IT and space systems modernization, homeland security and outsourcing.

At DOD, Brubaker managed more than $50 billion in annual IT expenditures as deputy CIO. He worked for then-secretary William Cohen, his former Senate boss.

As a staff member of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, Brubaker was a principal author of the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996. He also helped draft the Federal Acquisition Reform Act, Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act, Government Performance and Results Act and Paperwork Reduction Act.

Brubaker also has worked in a handful of business development jobs in the government IT industry.

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