Access Systems, Inc. Adds Department of State Veteran to Leadership Team
RESTON, Va., Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Access Systems, Inc. (ACCESS), an information technology (IT) services provider headquartered in Reston, Va., today named Kirk W. Ingvoldstad as the director for its U.S. Department of State programs. He will oversee all IT and support services contracts ACCESS currently holds with the Department.
Ingvoldstad will also work with ACCESS management to pursue new State Department opportunities. He will report directly to Todd Sickles, vice president of ACCESS’ criminal justice business unit.
Ingvoldstad joins ACCESS after serving 27 years at the State Department’s Bureau of Information Resource Management. In his last role as division director of Desktop Support Services (DSS), he managed over 200 employees in five branch organizations, which maintained over 25,000 classified and unclassified desktops in 25 of the 34 Department of State bureaus. While at DSS, he used the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) methodology to help oversee change management and business processes. He brings to ACCESS vast international experience, which includes work in France, Yugoslavia, Burundi, Uruguay, Poland, Colombia, Hong Kong and Afghanistan.
“Kirk gives ACCESS even greater insight into and knowledge of the State Department,” said David Gardner, COO for ACCESS. “He is a valuable addition to our State Department team as we continue to provide the agency with unparalleled customer service and solutions.”
“We are proud of the broad range of IT services performed at the State Department and are pleased to have Kirk assist us in supporting these mission-critical contracts,” said Julie S. Lee, president and CEO of Access Systems, Inc.
About Access Systems, Inc.
As a CMMIÃ‚® for Services (v1.2) + Service System Development (SSD) Maturity Level 3 rated and ISO 9001:2008 certified company, ACCESS provides federal agencies the solutions and expertise to improve customer service and maintain high levels of customer satisfaction throughout the agency. By focusing on standards-based processes and tools, ACCESS helps federal clients meet their mission objectives, sustain mission-critical functions, and transform mission-sensitive infrastructure. The company’s professional services span the IT life cycle, focusing on network engineering, program support, systems management, operations and maintenance, information assurance, help desk administration, and mobile computing implementation and support. For additional information, please visit our Web site at www.accsys-inc.com.
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