AMERICAN SYSTEMS Names Michael Innella VP of IT Services

AMERICAN SYSTEMS announced the appointment of Michael Innella as vice president and executive director of professional, technical and IT services.

Innella will oversee operational management and business development responsibilities for the company's IT services division that supports federal agencies with program management, logistics, risk assessment and training needs.

Prior to working for AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Innella served as an independent contractor advising government contractors on professional services and software development programs as an independent consultant. Before he became an independent contractor, he worked as CIO as well as senior vice president of Systems Engineering Solutions for Stanley Associates, which is now part of CGI.

“As a leading provider of professional management and engineering services, AMERICAN SYSTEMS is dedicated to helping government develop and execute large-scale IT solutions,“ said William C. Hoover, president and CEO for AMERICAN SYSTEMS. “Mike's expertise in software process improvement, business development and product delivery will enhance our secure service offerings and strategic counsel for government and military.“

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