GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., March 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CIBER, Inc. (NYSE: CBR), a global information technology consulting, services and managed services company, today named Anthony S. Fogel to the newly created post of Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Fogel has more than 20 years of human resources (HR) and business experience in technology, consumer products and financial services. He has served in senior executive HR roles at Level 3 Communications and international divisions of Lehman Brothers, and has driven successful talent management and professional development for global enterprises. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20010927/CBRLOGO) "At its core, CIBER is a people business. Bolstering the experience, capabilities and processes of our HR organization, in support of the professional development of all CIBER employees, will help raise the bar on overall business performance," said CIBER Chief Executive Officer Dave Peterschmidt. "Tony has established and optimized global HR operations for several enterprises. His experience and insight in developing talent and building positive and accountable cultures will help speed the transformation of our business." Most recently, Fogel was the Chief HR Officer for Level 3 Communications, a $4 billion global communications services company. At Lehman Brothers he served as Managing Director and the Global Head of Human Resources for Asset Management, Private Equity and Private Banking. In addition he spent five years as the European and Middle Eastern Head of HR for Lehman working out of its London offices. He has also held senior HR roles with Morgan Stanley in New York and London, Care One and Marathon Asset Management. He began his career and spent nearly a decade in Human Resources at PepsiCo, a leading academy company for Human Resources. "The growth trajectory for the IT industry is impressive, and CIBER is well positioned to take a leading role in the growth and success of the industry by delivering the collective talents of its employees to its clients," said Fogel. "HR will be a catalyst in making this happen by continuing to build a best-in-class organization that attracts and retains outstanding employees and provides them the tools, processes, systems and overall support they require to best serve clients."