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Craig Reed Joins IT Services Contractor NT Concepts as President, COO

Craig Reed
Craig Reed

Craig Reed, a three-decade GovCon veteran and former senior vice president from Engility (NYSE: EGL), has joined Vienna, Virginia-based information technology government services contractor NT Concepts as president and chief operating officer.

NT Concepts said Thursday Reed will oversee operations, growth strategies and business development efforts at the company as it aims to elevate its profile in the government contracting market.

Founded in 1998 and led by CEO Michele Bolos, the woman-owned company and authorized Google product reseller provides software engineering, data analytics, geospatial information systems and investigative services to government and commercial clients.

“As a highly respected leader with an outstanding track record of helping companies through successful strategic transformations, Craig will play a critical role in taking NT Concepts to the next level, ” said Bolos.

He most recently spent nearly four years at GovCon services provider Engility as SVP of strategy and corporate development with responsibility over strategic planning, market intelligence, government and investor relations, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate communications functions.

Reed was part of the executive team that led efforts to spin Chantilly, Va.-based Engility out from its then-parent L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) in 2012.

Reed has also held senior business development and strategic planning roles at DynCorp International, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Northrop Grumman.

He founded and served as managing member of consulting firm Growth Strategy Leaders and worked at the Energy Department as a senior policy adviser and executive director of the secretary of energy advisory board.

Reed sits on the board of directors of the Association for Corporate Growth, Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the George Mason School of Business GovCon Initiative.

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