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IT Vet Andrew Robinson Promoted to CEO at Robbins Gioia

Andrew Robinson, chief operating officer of Robbins Gioia and a 30-year information technology veteran,  has been promoted to CEO at the Alexandria, Virginia-based program management and IT services contractor.

Robbins Gioia said Thursday Robinson will aim to accelerate corporate transformation efforts that began after RG was acquired by management from its former non-U.S.-based parent company in 2012.

“Andrew has deep experience and a strong track record of success in RG’s professional practice areas, and he brings a fresh perspective regarding the continued evolution of our market, ” said Jim Leto, CEO of RG’s current parent company RG Group Inc.

Robinson also holds more than 25 years of strategic consulting, program management and technology development experience.

He previously worked as senior vice president of enterprise management and resilience at ICF International  (Nasdaq: ICFI) as well as region VP at Gartner Group.

He also currently serves as a member of the George Washington University’s research advisory board as well as the GW-Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.

RG offers logistics, operations management, IT project, program management, legacy systems modernization, intelligence-based cyber and technology transfer services for government and commercial clients.

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