Brett ODonnell


B3 picks former CSCer as VP of business development

Brett O'Donnell finds a new home at small business

B3 Solutions has appointed Brett O’Donnell vice president of business development, bringing his 30 years of federal marketplace experience to his new position.

O’Donnell also has expertise in sales, sales management, capture and proposal management, program management, information technology and engineering, the company said.

He has “managed and performed all aspects of federal business development for large and small business concerns demonstrating an excellent track record in obtaining new business, growing existing contracts and improving processes,” said B3 president, Brenda Bearden.

Before joining the company, O’Donnell served as a business development director at Computer Sciences Corp., where he focused on the Homeland Security Department.

Before CSC, he worked in sales management and client relationship positions for several systems integrators.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Maryland.

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