Gerry Decker Joins OMNIPLEX as Chief Growth Officer; Mike Santelli Comments

OMNIPLEX - ExecutiveMosaicGerry Decker, formerly a president at Project Team Solutions,  has joined OMNIPLEX World Services Corp. as chief growth officer, OMNIPLEX has confirmed to GovConWire.

In his new role, Decker will be responsible for OMNIPLEX’s business development, strategy, marketing and corporate development functions as well as overseeing new service development, partnering and expansion efforts in the government services space.

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Mike Santelli

“Gerry brings a dynamic portfolio of executive experience, business acumen and a growth orientation that is needed to evolve and grow OMNIPLEX to the next level, ” said Mike Santelli, OMNIPLEX president.

 “This is a newly created position for the OMNIPLEX organization and demonstrates our commitment to growing our business through continuing to diversify our capabilities and customer base, ” he added.

Decker, an almost 30-year BD leader, has previously held leadership roles at DynCorp International, McNeil Technologies, Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), AECOM and SRA International.

He was a member of the leadership team that grew McNeil Technologies from a $75 million business into a $600 million service provider that was sold to AECOM in 2010.

Decker received his undergraduate degree in science and his master’s degree in information technology from George Mason University.

Phil Sweeney, OMNIPLEX executive chairman, said Decker has experience growing companies into industry leading government services providers.

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