Matthew Worrick Named WBB Contracts VP; William McMullen Comments

Matthew WorrickMatthew Worrick, a more than 25-year contracting veteran, has been appointed vice president of contracts at Reston, Va.-based government services provider Whitney, Bradley and Brown.

He brings industry experience serving federal agencies such as the departments of State, Homeland Security, Defense, Justice and Health and Human Services, WBB said Monday.

William McMullen, WBB’s CEO, said Worrick will aim to develop, manage and execute contracts to fulfill customers’ product and service requirements.

He has previously held leadership roles at CACI International Inc and Athena Innovative wbb (1)Solutions.

Worrick’s public-sector career includes more than 13 years of procurement and contracting support work for the Army Corps of Engineers, Defense Mapping Agency, and National Imagery and Mapping Agency.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from George Mason University and a master’s degree in procurement and acquisition management from Webster University.

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