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NJVC Presents Hall of Fame Inductees; President Jody Tedesco Comments

Jody Tedesco

NJVC welcomed the first class of inductees into the firm’s Hall of Fame as the company celebrates its 10-year anniversary.

The Hall of Fame honors former NJVC (and associated parent company) employees who significantly contributed to the company’s growth. The inductees last night were feted at a special reception in Vienna, Va.

“As NJVC celebrates its first decade of excellence, it is imperative that the company honors those who played an incredibly important role in helping make NJVC what it is today, ” Presedent Jody Tedesco said. “The contributions of the NJVC Hall of Fame inductees will always be remembered as they set the foundation for this growing and successful company.”

Here are the inductees:

  • Bob Bowe was one of the co-founders of NJVC and from its inception, was a member of its board of managers and a champion for the company’s role as a key supplier of highly secure IT and information services to the intelligence and defense communities.
  • Mike Paterson was one of the co-founders of NJVC and played a critical role in the development and award of the company’s IT/IS contract with its anchor client.
  • Pete O’Neill was the first NJVC general manager and IT/IS program manager and he steered the company during its first three years, particularly related to the integration of eight functional areas transferred from government to NJVC management under the IT/IS contract.
  • Jimmy Boyd was the first NJVC director of information systems, responsible for printing, digital duplication and library operations. He played a key role in developing the initial service level agreements for the IT/IS contract and ensuring continual performance of these objectives.
  • John Webster brought 30 years of vital institutional knowledge working for NJVC’s major intelligence and defense community client when he was hired as senior manager for distributed and centralized systems and services for the company’s anchor contract.

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