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NJVC Names HP Vet John Wallace Market Mgmt Lead, Von Gardiner DoD Lead

John Wallace

NJVC has appointed John Wallace vice president of market management and Von Gardiner as senior manager of the company’s Defense Department program, the company announced Thursday.

According to the company, Wallace has worked with senior technology and business executives for 26 years in developing company goals for technology and operations, among other areas.

Von Gardiner

Before joining the company, he held several senior-level positions at Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) including VP for the financial services sector and sales director for capital markets and banking corporate accounts.

Gardiner, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, most recently served as director for communications and information at Air Force Special Operations Command.

At AFSOC, the company says he managed more than 800 IT professionals and established a consolidated communications command center to carry out the command’s IT services worldwide.

The company recently named Jan Sherwin, a former program director at Verizon (NYSE: Z), to head its practice for enterprise management and IT services.

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