Alan Kaufax Promoted to AceInfo Business Dev’t VP

Alan Kaufax Promoted to AceInfo Business Dev’t VP
Alan Kaufax VP AceInfo

Alan Kaufax, formerly a senior director of Dovel Techonologies' Ace Info Solutions subsidiary, has taken a new role as vice president of business development, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Thursday.

He brings more than two decades of technology industry experience to his position and will be responsible for AceInfo's federal civilian business development strategy and pursuits.

Kaufax joined AceInfo in 2014 as director of operations and oversaw profit-and-loss and BD functions for the company's work with the departments of Homeland Security, Justice, Agriculture, State and Commerce.

His career also includes program management roles at Access Systems, Keane Federal Solutions, Project Performance Co. and Stanley Associates.

He also spent five years at TMA Resources as director of quality assurance, release management and customer care.

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