|By PR Newswire||
|March 18, 2014 05:05 AM EDT||
ARLINGTON, Va., March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ASI Government (ASI), premier provider of federal "Big A" acquisition thought leadership and support, announced today that Jim Hiles, Anne Laurent, Dan McLaughlin and Doug Stuck have joined the company's leadership team.
"These notable individuals have distinguished themselves through exceptional accomplishments, courage, thought leadership and commitment in the areas of federal acquisition, information technology and program execution. We are thrilled to have them as members of the ASI team," said ASI CEO Kymm McCabe. "Their collective talents amplify ASI's premier thought leadership capabilities and advance our ability to deliver truly leading-edge solutions to our clients and the federal community."
Hiles retired after a distinguished career in the U.S. Navy. In his last post, he led the Navy-wide rollout of the Seaport-e IDIQ. Subsequently, he led organizational development initiatives at multiple companies, developing and refining contract, partner/vendor management, business development and service delivery functions. He now serves as Senior Director for ASI's National Security Sector and contributes his experience in acquisition management, logistics and instruction to the company's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) accounts.
Laurent is widely recognized as a central member of the federal community due to her contributions as Executive Editor of Government Executive magazine, National Academy of Public Administration Fellow, Director of Defense and Federal Business Analysis at Bloomberg Government and Research Program Manager at the Partnership for Public Service. As ASI's Director of Strategic Initiatives, she will apply her 30 years of experience to expanding ASI's thought leadership, innovation and engagement efforts.
McLaughlin is respected across the federal acquisition community due to his long career in government; he served most recently as Executive Director of the DHS Office of Procurement Operations. Now, he brings more than 28 years of experience in federal procurement and acquisition management to ASI's renowned cadre of executive-level acquisition Subject Matter Experts.
Stuck previously served as Senior Vice President of Federal at FedBid, and with more than 13 years' experience implementing disruptive e-commerce initiatives within Federal Government organizations, is known as one of the most creative thinkers in federal technology. He joins ASI as Executive Director of the Products and Solutions Division, with a focus on evolving and growing ASI's products suite, including the Virtual Acquisition Office™ (VAO) and Applied Learning Online™ (ALO) subscription services.
About ASI Government
From mission needs and requirements through procurement and program execution, ASI Government (ASI) helps clients harness the powerful but often underutilized levers that exist in the "Big A" Acquisition process to cut costs and improve performance. Coupling unique approaches with knowledge, productivity and learning tools – including the Virtual Acquisition Office™, Applied Learning Online™ and Tailored Acquisition Portal™, which collectively serve more than 45,000 eligible password holders across 130 federal organizations – ASI delivers experiences that drive results and reignite a passion for government service. Find ASI on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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