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Bruce Lemkin Named ACT I International & FMS Business Adviser; Michael Niggel Comments

Bruce Lemkin

Bruce Lemkin, president of consulting firm Lemkin International, has joined government acquisition support services contractor Advanced Concepts and Technologies as international and foreign military sales adviser.

ACT I said Lemkin will provide consulting and advisory services for international and FMS business development initiatives under his new role.

“Mr. Lemkin’s extensive experience as a highly successful international aerospace and defense consultant, Air Force senior leader, international affairs expert and retired career nuclear submarine officer, brings unique and value-added perspectives and skill-sets to support our current business and strategic growth plans, ” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

Lemkin founded Lemkin International after his retirement in 2010 from a government service in 2010 that included time as deputy undersecretary of the U.S. Air Force for international affairs and principal deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for financial management.

Lemkin led international negotiations during his career as an active duty U.S. Navy officer then as a civilian prior to his leadership roles at the Air Force.

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