Former CSRA Exec Andrew Candreva Named SBG Health Solutions VP

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Andrew Candreva

Andrew Candreva, a former business development executive at CSRA, has been appointed vice president of health solutions group at SBG Technology Solutions.

He aims to drive the Alexandria, Va.-based company's growth efforts within the federal health information technology market and lead its work with the Department of Veterans Affairs via the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation contract, SBG said Tuesday.

Candreva previously served as director of business development and marketing at Excentium. He also managed VA, Defense Health Agency and Department of Agriculture accounts at Halfaker & Associates.

Before Halfaker, he spent nearly six years at CSRA in capture manager and BD executive positions.

He is a participant in the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's National Capital Area chapter and the AFCEA nonprofit organization's Bethesda chapter.

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