Written By: Rachel Teter
MetroStar Systems, Inc. (MetroStar) a federal government contractor headquartered in Reston, VA has announced today that Mike Kehoe has been appointed Vice President of Capture Strategy. The announcement comes as MetroStar continues to experience rapid growth and expansion within the federal marketplace.
Kehoe brings over 25 years of Department of Defense (DoD) and federal consulting experience to his new role with MetroStar. This includes broad experience building and executing large-scale strategic pipelines garnered from senior leadership roles at organizations including GDIT, Universal Consulting Services, Booz Allen Hamilton, and IBM.
Kehoe’s career has largely focused on creating partnerships between strategists and technologists in support of warfighters, which he has accomplished by successfully managing relations and providing thought leadership across multiple IT services sectors. He brings this experience to MetroStar where he is positioned to strengthen the organization’s growth trajectory and evolve growth processes.
As the Vice President of Capture Strategy, Kehoe will guide key growth pursuits and help mature current processes as a part of MetroStar’s ongoing strategic investments and expansion into new markets.
MetroStar is a leading IT services provider for the public sector. For over two decades, our people have powered innovation through our core capabilities and practice areas. MetroStar’s focus on people and technology supports federal missions, including helping farmers feed America, ensuring humanitarian aid reaches refugees, and transforming the way data is disseminated for the nation’s leading data provider. Learn more about opportunities for designers, developers, writers, and philosophers to build a career with MetroStar.
View the original release on Washington Business Journal’s People on the Move.
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