Bill Jaffe Promoted to TAPE EVP, GM

Bill Jaffe
Bill Jaffe

William “Bill” Jaffe, former senior vice president and general manager at TAPE, has been promoted to executive VP and GM.

Louisa Jaffe, president and CEO, will continue to be responsible for strategic objectives and day-to-day operations, among other areas,  TAPE said Tuesday.

Jaffe will be responsible for growth and development efforts in his new role and will work to grow the company from the small business area into full-and-open competition.

Prior to helping co-found TAPE in 2003, Bill Jaffe served as vice president of corporate development for a small business in the information technology and professional services sector.

He also worked at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), Amtrak and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT).

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