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ICE Vet William Weinberg Appointed Guidepost Federal Practice Managing Director

J. William Weinberg

J. William Weinberg, former director of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency’s office of acquisition management, has joined Guidepost Solutions as managing director of its federal practice.

Guidepost said Tuesday Weinberg aims to help clients understand federal procurement rules and pursue and manage government contracts in his new position,

At ICE, he managed approximately 8,000 annual transactions worth more than $2.7 billion as well as led hundreds of contracting officers, program analysts and other employees.

He also held positions at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Department of the Navy.

Weinberg is a recipient of the U.S. Navy Competition and Procurement Excellence Award and the U.S. ICE Award for Excellence in Management.

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