2013 Fed 100

Federal 100: Tony Jimenez

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Name: Tony Jimenez
Title: President and CEO
Company: MicroTech

A contracting powerhouse. MicroTech is the largest Hispanic-owned IT integrator, and founder Jimenez is responsible for the company’s vision and operations. In 2012, he unveiled an Innovation and Integration Center featuring the next generation of data centers and cloud computing alternatives, and he is rewriting the rules on managing big data, private cloud computing and data center optimization. He is an advocate for the veteran and Hispanic communities and serves on the Commerce Department's National Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprises. "He has developed his humble start-up concept into a contracting powerhouse," said Paul Price, senior vice president at MicroTech.

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