ITS names Alliant team

ITS, part of QinetiQ North America's Information Technology Services Group, has announced its Alliant Program Management Team. Alliant is the General Services Administration's largest governmentwide acquisition contract.

John Gregorits, vice president of QinetiQ's North America IT Services Group National Program Office and Alliant program manager, will be assisted by an Alliant Business Development Council and three deputy program managers responsible for three program areas: business development, business operations and project financial control, and quality control.

The team includes:

* Stan Joosse, who will head the council.
* Rosanne Satterfield, deputy program manager for business development/marketing, who will lead marketing initiatives and support business opportunity capture management through direct involvement and capture management training.
* Brad Mitchell, deputy program manager for business operations/project control, who is responsible for program financial management and task-order financial control.
* Karen Hicks, deputy Alliant program manager and deputy manager for quality control, who will oversee the task order request for quote and proposal process.

ITS is one of 29 companies awarded the $50 billion, 10-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity governmentwide acquisition contract.

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