Chris Devens Joins ACT I as Business Devt Director; Michael Niggel Comments

Chris Devens

Chris Devens, formerly operations and business development director at Camber Corp., has been appointed director of business development at Advanced Concepts and Technologies International.

He brings more than 30 years of military operations and program management experience to his new position and aims to help the company identify new business opportunities, establish customer relationships and support the firm’s capture and proposal development efforts, ACT I said.

Michael Niggel

“Mr. Devens’ unique combination of business development experience, leadership skills, strategic and tactical consulting, technical expertise, program management and implementation ‘know-how’… provides ACT I the ability to enhance support to our current customers and achieve our corporate growth goals,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

Before he joined the private sector, Devens previously served as an aviation officer at the U.S. Army and worked for the Joint Staff’s operations and managements division as well as the U.S. European Command‘s executive staff and operations branch.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the Virginia Military Institute and a master’s degree in human resource management from Troy State University.

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