Kyle Rhodes Promoted to Vice President at NJVC

NJVC has promoted Kyle Rhodes to the position of vice president, systems engineering. NJVC is a large IT solutions provider for the Department of Defense (DoD).

Rhodes has over 25 years of experience in the intelligence and defense communities and has held positions with NJVC since 2002. During his time in government service, Rhodes served as chief of the infrastructure engineering division for the National Intelligence and Mapping Agency.

Jill Bruning, COO at NJVC, said “This promotion recognizes Kyle’s overall outstanding performance, his commitment to NJVC and its anchor customer, and his unparalleled understanding of information technology trends and customer needs. NJVC is confident that with Kyle in this leadership position, the company’s IT program will maintain operational excellence while it plans and executes the security and technology upgrades needed to achieve the agency’s mission goals.”

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