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NJVC Names New GM of IT, Programs and VP of Business Development; Jody Tedesco Comments

NJVC  has announced three executive-level management moves, naming:

  • R. Jeffrey Bongianino as general manager of IT services
  • Michael Carr as general manager of programs
  • Paul Polcsan as vice president of business development.
Jody Tedesco, NJVC

“Jeff Bongianino, Mike Carr and Paul Polcsan strengthen the NJVC management team, ” said NJVC President Jody Tedesco. “The experience of these senior executives will help accomplish the company’s strategic goals of expanding business into new markets, instituting entrepreneurial business units to service customers and continuing efforts to grow the company.”

Bongianino spent 25 years with BAE Systems, most recently as general manager of defense enterprise services. At that post, he oversaw an IT portfolio with more than $100 million portfolio of services contracts for Defense Department agencies, U.S. Unified Combatant Commands and military services.

Carr comes to NJVC after spending close to 32 years with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and its predecessors. He most recently served as director of mission system transition and as deputy director for the $2 billion NGA Campus East program.

Polcsan has 25 years of experience in senior and executive business development roles. He’s held those positions at firms including Serco, L-3 Communications, DynCorp International and Computer Sciences Corp.

Most recently, he was vice president of business development with CTSC.

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