FSI adds consulting principal

Federal Sources Inc. has added a PC industry veteran as a principal of consulting to its team.

Victoria Shantz, previously a business development manager in charge of the government business unit at MPC Computers, brings more than 20 years of experience in government policies and practices, said FSI President Bill Gormley.

"FSI has been providing expert government [information technology] market intelligence and analysis for more than two decades," Gormley said. "Vikki's successful track record in and knowledge of the federal space will be an asset to both FSI and our clients as we continue to grow our business."

Among other duties, Shantz will lead custom research projects on behalf of FSI clients. Her appointment adds to a consulting practice that company officials have been developing since last year.

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