Miklos Kiss, a former program director at theÂ Defense Security Cooperation AgencyÂ and retired U.S. Air Force colonel, has joined Advanced Concepts and Technologies International asÂ director of international programs at the Arlington, Virginia-based acquisition management services contractor.
ACT I said Tuesday Kiss oversees the company’s international business pursuit efforts and itsÂ security cooperation and administrative services contract in support ofÂ the Air Force’s 621st Contingency Response Wing.
“Mr. Kiss has over 24 years of international security cooperation experience and expertise in foreign military sales that includes service with DSCA and the Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs, ” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.
KissÂ managedÂ a $6 billion security cooperation portfolio for NATO headquarters, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Belgium as country program director at DSCA.
He previously worked at Science Applications International Corp.Â (NYSE: SAIC) as Egypt country director and Iraq deputy country director for Air Force international affairs as well as director of international aviation business development.
The Air Force veteran alsoÂ ledÂ $4.1 billion in military cooperation programs as deputy director at theÂ U.S. Africa Command.
Kiss also served as deputy division chief for the undersecretary of the Air Force for international affairs.