Federal Market Vet LaMont Wells Joins AECOM as Business Devt EVP for Mgmt Services Group; John Vollmer Comments

LaMont Wells
LaMont Wells

LaMont Wells, formerly president and chairman of the board of directors at Technology Management Associates, has joined AECOM (NYSE: ACM), as executive vice president of business development for the company’s management services group.

John Vollmer
John Vollmer

“LaMont’s understanding of the federal market will be invaluable as he leads our business development for management services, ” John Vollmer, president of management services at AECOM, said in a statement released Thursday.

Vollmer was promoted in September to president of management services segment at AECOM following the appointment of Randy Wotring as president of technical and operational services.

Wells is a 30-year federal market veteran and a retired U.S. Army colonel who held several staff and command assignments within the Defense Department.

Prior to TMA, he spent five years at Agile Defense, where he served as chief operating officer.

He also has held senior leadership roles in private sector companies, such as CEO of Webster Data Communication, senior VP of corporate development at American Systems and VP of strategy and business development at Siemens’ federal business.

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