ICF Vet Andrew Zeswitz Joins REI Systems as CTO

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Andrew Zeswitz

Andrew Zeswitz, a two-decade veteran of ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI), has been named chief technology officer of Sterling, Va.-based technology services provider REI Systems.

He has led system integration and application modernization efforts as well as managed other technolgy programs and projects during his career, REI said Thursday.

“As a member of our executive team, Andrew will lead our strategy in identifying and exploiting new technologies, while supporting growth through solution development and capture efforts. He will serve as the champion for innovation, build and mentor high-performing technical teams, and will relentlessly support our customers and industry,” said REI Systems CEO Shyam Salona.

Zeswitz previously served as senior architect at AbleVets and senior technical director at ICF, where he worked on cloud-based technologies and quality focused automation processes.

In his role as ICF’s technology strategist, he planned and executed DevOps adoption, cloud procurement standardization and staff empowerment across the digital line of business. Additionally, Zeswitz assessed the digital technology landscape for patterns and practices to streamline the delivery organization.

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