Acquisition Solutions hires 3 execs

Acquisition Solutions, a government provider of acquisition research, consulting and training, has added three executives to its senior leadership team.

Peggy Alfonso joins the company as senior principal in charge of expanding the firm’s ability to assist clients with strategy formulation and organizational transformation. Alfonso comes from Touchstone Consulting Group -- now part of SRA International --where she led a team of consultants who advised government executives on how to effect organizational change.

Robert Reisner has been named senior principal responsible for strategic sourcing initiatives. He has worked at or consulted for more than a dozen federal organizations including the White House, Office of Management and Budget, U.S. Postal Service, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Federal Energy Administration.

Gregory Garrett is the new senior principal in charge of consulting for civilian government agencies. A retired Air Force officer, Garrett was chief compliance officer at U.S. Federal Government Programs and chairman of the Project Management Center of Excellence at Lucent Technologies-Bell Labs.

“Acquisition has become critical to federal agency mission success,” said Anne Reed, chief executive officer and president of Acquisition Solutions, in a statement. “These three outstanding professionals significantly expand our ability to help our federal agency clients align strategically and effect the transformations required to leverage acquisition most effectively and efficiently to meet agency mission objectives.”

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