Thomas Strickland Named IT Director at ACT I

Thomas Strickland

Thomas Strickland Jr. has joined Advanced Concepts and Technologies International as director of information technology to oversee and guide corporate information management operations at the company’s Virginia headquarters.

Strickland has more than 25 years of IT development, operations and management experience and will lead ACT I’s efforts to design and implement large-scale systems, according to a company statement.

He will also oversee the implementation of an enterprise resource planning tool suite at ACT I.

The tool is based on Deltek‘s Costpoint government ERP platform that works to help organizations manage project accounting, labor management, manufacturing and business intelligence functions.

Strickland holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems.

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