QinetiQ NA Appoints James Snitker as VP of Corporate Proposals; John Sutton Comments

QinetiQ North America has appointed James Snitker as vice president of corporate proposal operations, where he will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company’s proposal center and contributing to top and bottom line growth.

Snitker has more than 15 years of proposal managing experience and most recently worked for NCI Information Systems as vice president for proposal and production operations.

Prior to that, Snitker founded EBW Group, Inc. in 1996, where he was president and proposal and management training consultant.

Snitker served in the U.S. Army for 20 years, most recently as an operations analyst and action officer in the National Military Command Center in the Joint Staff area of the Pentagon.

John Sutton, QinetiQ North America

“We are very excited to be welcoming Jim to our business development team, ” said John Sutton, senior vice president of business development at QinetiQ North America. “His vast experience in managing large and complex proposals and operations-oriented approach will be a great asset to our team.”

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