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Bill Hoover, Peter Smith on 35 Years of Success at AMERICAN SYSTEMS

Three and a half decades have passed since AMERICAN SYSTEMS opened for business, and the company is stronger than ever according to senior executives William C. Hoover and Peter Smith.

“These are exciting times at AMERICAN SYSTEMS. Over the past few years, we have strived to strengthen the company’s position and reputation as a solutions partner of choice for federal civilian, intelligence and DoD customers facing a variety of challenges, ” said William C. Hoover, president and CEO.

Hoover argues that despite the firm’s modest size, it is proving that it can provide effective solutions to clients all the same.
“Despite a strong trend toward consolidation within the government contractor space, AMERICAN SYSTEMS is proving that stand-alone, mid-sized players with an unwavering focus on federal agency customer needs and a commitment to attracting and retaining the industry’s best talent can not only survive but prosper, ” he said.

“AMERICAN SYSTEMS has expanded aggressively, averaging one acquisition every two years over the past decade and aligning our capabilities with key national priority areas — ranging from acquisition & logistics to citizen safety, national security, C4ISR, readiness, energy and health care — to capitalize on growth opportunities within the federal government, ” said EVP and COO Peter Smith.

He expects that growth to continue into the future: “We are looking forward to — and planning on — continued robust growth that will make the next 35 years even more successful than the first, ” he said.

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