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Tribalco Adds John Gregorits, Ronald Crocker to Capture Team; Kevin Moss Comments

TribalcoTribalco has appointed John Gregorits and Ronald Crocker to its capture team in an effort to support its long-term growth efforts and expand its contract vehicle portfolio.

Gregorits, formerly senior director of business development at Vencore, will serve as Tribalco’s vice president of capture, Tribalco said Wednesday.

In this role, he will be responsible for the implementation of business platforms and management of opportunity capture operations for the company.

Crocker, former program manager for the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle at Alion Science and Technology, has been named Tribalco’s program manager for the Alliant indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The three-decade government contracting industry veteran will provide strategic direction for Tribalco’s IDIQ contracts with GSA as well as improve communications with the agency.

Crocker previously served as director for GSA information technology solutions in the New England area and held senior program management roles for contract vehicles at Kforce Government Solutions, Advanced Technology Systems Co. and Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) information technology business.

“They each bring an incredible breadth of industry knowledge, strong relationships with key government program offices, and keen federal market insight that will enable us to expand our business with the GSA and other customers, ” said Kevin Moss, CEO of Tribalco.

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