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Ted Schmitt Named Federal Health IT Practice Lead at A-TEK

Edward “Ted” Schmitt

Edward “Ted” Schmitt, a former senior vice president at Salient CRGT, has been named VP and account manager for A-TEK’s federal health information technology practice.

He will report to Stephanie Cumberbatch, an executive VP at A-TEK, identify growth opportunities and oversee the delivery of Agile software development, program management and other health IT support services to federal health agencies, A-TEK said Wednesday.

Schmitt “brings a wealth of deep domain experience, and advances A-TEK’s strategic commitment to expand our footprint in the growing federal health IT market,” said Cumberbatch.

She added that Schmitt will help facilitate the integration of Mackson, which A-TEK acquired early this month.

Schmitt has over two decades of DevOps, program leadership and client-focused experience in defense logistics, health services and higher education areas. He previously served as VP for Agile development solutions group at Information Innovators Inc., which was purchased by Salient CRGT in 2017.

McLean, Va.-based A-TEK is a woman-owned small business and delivers enterprise IT and scientific support to U.S. federal civilian, health and national security agencies.

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