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Paul Szerszen Named VP of ACT I’s DHS Business Dev’t Account; Michael Niggel Comments

Paul Szerszen

Paul Szerszen, a program management and business development veteran, has been appointed vice president of Advanced Concepts and Technologies International‘s Department of Homeland Security business development account.

ACT I said February that Szerszen has more than 30 years of experience in senior management roles and will provide business development oversight for the company’s DHS-related programs.

“Mr. Szerszen is a dynamic and strategic manager with a track record of delivering progressive solutions to complex problems, particularly in DHS mission areas,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

Szerszen has served as president of Actionable Insights and as a member of faculty at the University of Maryland.

He has also held leadership roles at Alion Science and Technology and Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and the Battelle-operated Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

He also holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Gonzaga University and Washington State University, respectively.

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