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Patrick O’Neil, Susan Hall, Jeff Bongianino Promoted to NJVC Leadership Roles; Mike Owens Comments

NJVC has promoted Susan Hall, Patrick O’Neil and Jeff Bongianino to new leadership roles at the Chantilly, Virginia-based enterprise information technology services contractor.

Hall will serve as chief technology officer while O’Neil and Bongianino have been respectively named senior vice president of operations and VP of business development,  NJVC said Monday.

Mike Owens, NJVC general manager, said he expects the company to continue offering support to customers with leadership support from O’Neil, Hall and Bongianino.

O’Neil will oversee the company’s customer-facing programs, technology services and corporate systems, research and development efforts and human capital functions.

He retains his role as program manager of the IT/information services program with NJVC’s intelligence community customer.

Hall will lead the company’s initiative to develop service offerings and technology roadmap, as well as oversee research and development at NJVC’s Center for Technology Integration and the operations of the office of the chief information officer and corporate IT.

She previously served as SVP of corporate strategy and development, with responsibility in NJVC’s partnership engagement, security, audit, legal and merger and acquisition activities.

Bongianino, formerly general manager of IT services, will oversee all aspects of the business development and sales activities at the company in his new position.

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