NJVC Promotes Terry Grimm to SVP of Business Management; Jody Tedesco Comments

Jody Tedesco, NJVC

NJVC has promoted Terry Grimm to senior vice president of business management services, where he will report directly to company president Jody Tedesco.

Grimm now oversees contracts, supply chain management, resource management and program support. He will focus on driving corporate efficiencies through process improvements and the use of technology. 

Grimm previously worked with CTSC, serving as general manager for a $50 million U.S. Customs and Border Protection contract, and earlier as director of contracts.

He also was a contracting officer in a contracting directorate with the U.S. Defense Department, where he managed all contracts in support of a classified $410 million program.

“I am pleased to welcome Terry Grimm to the NJVC management team, ” Tedesco said. “Terry has been an outstanding employee for seven years and has served in a variety of leadership capacities, most recently as vice president, business management directorate. His leadership of the contracts and SCM organizations has been invaluable to improving back office operations to the benefit of NJVC customers, partners and employees.”

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