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American Systems Adds Kenneth Krieg as Advisory Board Member; Peter Smith Comments

american systemsTYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 4, 2016 — Kenneth Krieg, a former senior executive of International Paper Corp. and acquisition chief at the Defense Department, has joined American Systems‘ advisory board,  GovConExecutive said Monday.

American Systems said Monday Krieg seeks to leverage his public and private sector experience to advise the government services contractor’s management team on test, evaluation, training, enterprise information technology, engineering, analysis, acquisition and lifecycle support program areas.

“We are honored to welcome Ken to our Advisory Board, ” said American Systems President and CEO Peter Smith.

“To have someone with his credentials providing insight and advice to our senior leadership adds another advantageous element to our growth strategies in the federal and defense sectors.”

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