George Allen Named VT Group Technical Services President

VT Group has named George Allen president of the company’s Technical Services business unit.

Allen will work with organizational leaders to establish long-term goals, strategies and policies for the business unit. VT Group’s Technical Services business unit provides logistics, broad base operations, maintenance services to the U.S. military, federal agencies and international corporations.

Previously, Allen served VT Group as vice president of Strategic Development for Technical Services.

“It is a pleasure to name George Allen president of our Technical Services business unit,” said David J. Dacquino, CEO, VT Group. “With more than 32 years experience in the defense community, George’s expertise in logistics and supply chain management aligns with our growth areas as we look to expand our Technical Services group. We are positioning ourselves for the future.”

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