Robbins Gioia names new CEO

Robbins Gioia has named chief operating officer Andrew Robinson as the new CEO of the company.

He replaces Brad King, who has left the company.

Robinson has 25 years of experience in strategic consulting, program management and solutions development. Before coming to Robbins Gioia, he was a senior vice president at ICF International and a vice president at the Gartner Group.

He also is a Fed100 winner, having been recognized for his leadership in the government market by Washington Technology sister publication FCW.

In his new post, Robinson will focus on accelerating the transformation efforts the company started in 2012 when management purchased Robbins Gioia.

“Andrew has deep experience and a strong track record of success in RG’s professional practice areas, and he brings a fresh perspective regarding the continued evolution of our market,” said Jim Leto, CEO of Robbins Gioia’s parent company RG Group Inc.

“Moving forward, we will build on RG’s leadership in program management and legacy systems modernization, and continue to make investments in RG’s advanced scheduling and cybersecurity solutions and pioneering work in innovation and technology transfer,” Robinson said in a statement.

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