Integic regroups to emphasize government sector
- By Patience Wait
- Dec 16, 2002
Integic Corp. has realigned its organization into five areas, the company announced Dec. 16, to better position itself with the federal government's reorganization of its procurement structure in intelligence, military and civilian spending.
The company's new divisions are health care, life sciences, defense and intelligence, uniformed services, and civilian-state and local-commercial.
"Our decision to restructure the company into these five practice areas reflects our desire to better serve and respond to our government customers with greater subject matter expertise and to reinforce our existing relationships within federal agencies," said Robert LaRose, Integic president and chief executive officer.
As part of the realignment, Integic recruited three industry veterans. Paul Taltavull joined as vice president of the new civilian-state and local-commercial practice. Taltavull is a former vice president of the information technology sector at Northrop Grumman Corp. and held various senior positions in marketing and operations at Federal Data Corp.
John Sutton joined Integic as vice president of the uniformed services practice. He has worked at both GRC Inc. and AT&T Government Solutions, where he was vice president of Army-Navy sales.
Kent Werner was named vice president of business development. He has worked at Litton PRC Inc., GRC and AT&T.
Integic also promoted three executives to new positions. Norman Hubbs takes on the newly created defense and intelligence practice as senior vice president. Richard Lowell is vice president in the health care practice. Ted Holk will lead Integic's Navy business as vice president and deputy practice area leader. The health care and life sciences practices continue to be led by Lawrence Albert and Philip Holt, respectively.
The company, with headquarters in Chantilly, Va., is on target to break its $125 million record for annual revenue, set in 2001, company officials said.