Greg Adams, newly appointed Vice President of Strategic Capture
â€œGregâ€™s skills and knowledge around capture within the federal marketplace are unmatched.â€�â€”Giles Kesteloot, President, Blackstone Federal
ARLINGTON, Va. February 06, 2018
Blackstone Federal has appointed Greg Adams as Vice President of Strategic Capture. Adams, who helped lead Blackstone Technology Groupâ€™s government technology consulting practice to new heights in 2017, was previously the divisionâ€™s Senior Director, and he will continue to lead Blackstone Federalâ€™s capture business.
â€œGregâ€™s skills and knowledge around capture within the federal marketplace are unmatched,â€� says Giles Kesteloot, President of Blackstone Federal. â€œHis ability to lead and execute a world-class capture process was key to Blackstone Federal experiencing a record year for contract wins in 2017.â€�
Adams, who joined Blackstone in 2005, has been a key strategist in many of Blackstoneâ€™s recent proposal wins, but his expertise also extends into deliveryâ€”having led and supported major transformation efforts for DHS and other commercial and public sector clients during his 20-year career.
â€œIâ€™m fortunate to have such a great team supporting me and to be working with some amazing clients,â€� Adams says. â€œI look forward to continuing to collaborate with our delivery teams and customers to bring critical solutions for the Homeland Security mission.â€�
Launched in Arlington, Va. in 2002, Blackstone Federal is the beltwayâ€™s premier engineering, transformation, and creative design agency. Rooted in a common culture, Blackstone Federal employees bridge the gap between the beltway and Silicon Valley to create a company unlike any in DC.
Learn more about Blackstone Federal at https://blackstonefederal.com/
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