Multimax names capture management VP

Multimax announced last week the appointment of Louis Mole as vice president for capture management.

In this position, Mole will plan and execute winning acquisition strategies to capture new Multimax business in the federal civilian, defense and intelligence business sectors.

Mole has almost 19 years of experience in winning new federal information technology business and in program management and advanced systems development disciplines. Most recently, he was vice president for strategic programs at QSS Group, where he was responsible for developing marketing and business development initiatives to capture aerospace and IT business within the federal defense and intelligence communities. Mole also has held executive positions at Signal, Planning Systems and QuesTech.

Mole is a member of AFCEA, the National Defense Industrial Association, the Association of Old Crows, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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