Feb. 4, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- iGov, provider of evolutionary tactical IT network systems and system lifecycle support programs, announced today the promotion of
to Vice President of Corporate Business Development where he will be responsible for the leadership and management of corporate business development and capture operations.
joined iGov in 2010 as the Program Manager for the Tactical Collaborative Work Suite (TCWS) Program for the Marine Corps. He also provided oversight for some of iGov's projects under its Department of Homeland Security FirstSource contract. In this capacity, he was directly responsible for contract performance, business development, and capture across a diverse portfolio.
Prior to joining iGov, Mr. Reiche served for 22 years in the U.S. Marine Corps. As a retired Communications/Information Systems Officer and Defense Acquisitions Workforce professional, Mr. Reiche has command, staff, and federal acquisition experience. Mr. Reiche served in Marine Corps communications and program management assignments throughout the world, to include tours at Second Marine Air Wing, Third Marine Division and Marine Corps Systems Command. Throughout his military and corporate career, Mr. Reiche has garnered extensive experience in leading technology organizations with direct responsibility for program execution and corporate growth.
"Our foremost objective is to provide exceptional technology solutions, services and support to the warfighter and that starts with our outstanding team at iGov," said
, iGov President and COO. "As a retired communications and IT systems military officer, Chuck's experience, knowledge and exemplary professionalism will serve him well in his new position."
iGov is an IT systems integrator specializing in delivering mission-centric IT solutions to its government customers. iGov deploys its people, expertise and processes to execute full lifecycle enterprise and tactical IT programs in the following areas: systems engineering, deployable IT systems, communications and visualization. For more information visit
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