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Federal Contracting Vet Ross Aboff Named SBG Health Solutions VP

Ross Aboff

Ross Aboff, a federal contracting industry veteran, has joined SBG Technology Solutions  as vice president of healthcare solutions at the Alexandria, Virginia-based government contractor.

SBG said Monday Aboff will report directly to SBG CEO Carlos Del Toro and oversee the company’s work with the Department of Veterans Affairs through VA’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation contract.

He previously served as capture and proposal consultant at ERA Capture; general manager of VA account at GovernmentCIO; and T4 program manager at CACI International‘s (NYSE: CACI) integrated security solutions business and CSRA (NYSE: CSRA).

Earlier in his career, he was a project engineer at the U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command and helped establish the service branch’s Rapid Response acquisition program.

Aboff also worked as an attorney at multiple New York-based law firms, as well as taught legal research and writing at Seton Hall University.

SBG offers information technology, program management, enterprise engineering, cybersecurity, software development, intelligence, call center support and training services to the federal sector.

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