ITS names new strategic director of acquisitions division

ITS, a provider of information technology and engineering solutions to the federal government, announced today that Ronald Endicott has been named strategic director of the Acquisition Management Division in ITS’ Leads business unit.

Endicott will be responsible for the division’s strategic focus and alignment and for the management of Leads’ U.S. Army programs. He will report directly to Edward Rinkavage Jr., acquisition management vice president at Leads, and will work out of the company’s Arlington, Va., offices.

A retired U.S. Army colonel, Endicott has worked in a variety of acquisition capacities at the Senate, Army, Navy, and at the Defense, Justice and Transportation departments. At the Senate, he was a LEGIS Fellow and assisted in crafting the Clinger-Cohen Act.

“Mr. Endicott brings over 30 years of experience to our Acquisition Management Division,” Rinkavage said in a statement. “He has a distinguished career as a federal senior executive who oversaw high-level procurement assignments.”

Endicott earned his undergraduate degree in prelaw from the University of Nebraska, and his master’s in business administration from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. Additionally, Endicott is a fellow with the National Contract Management Association, and he is a certified professional contracts manager.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.


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