Home / Executive Moves / Health IT Vet Brooke Patterson Named ARDX Govt Services SVP

Health IT Vet Brooke Patterson Named ARDX Govt Services SVP

Brooke Patterson
Brooke Patterson

Brooke Patterson, formerly vice president and deputy general manager of FEI Systems, has been appointed senior VP for government services at Norfolk, Virginia-based healthcare management and information technology consulting firm ARDX.

ARDX said Tuesday that Patterson will oversee the company’s efforts to expand and implement healthcare technology offerings for federal, state and local government organizations in her new position.

She will also be responsible for helping strengthen the ARDX’s professional relationships with the Department of Health and Human Services.

“Her deep-rooted experience in working with government agencies, coupled with a proven record to drive growth within an organization make her an exceptional leader for our team, ” said Angela Reddix, founder, president and CEO of ARDX.

Patterson also has experience in the strategic planning, federal program management, operations, organizational growth and financial management areas.

She previously held executive positions that entail oversight of various programs on indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicles and portfolio support services for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

She is a member of the National Contractor Management Association and the Project Management Institute and participated in Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) Women in Leadership Cohort.

Check Also

EY Awarded $93M to Continue Army Audit Support

Ernst & Young will continue to help the U.S. Army audit its financial statements under a $93M contract modification.

Navy Awards $1B Contingency Construction IDIQ Modification to 6 Firms

Six companies have received a $1B contract modification under a multiple-award U.S. Navy contract vehicle for contingency construction services at various locations around the world.