PSC said Monday Niggel is one of 11 newly-elected members who will each serve a three-year term on the council’s board effective Jan. 1.
He will collaborate with other board members to provide policy oversight and direction to PSC.
In his current capacity, Niggel sets the strategic direction of ACT I and develops support services for the acquisition management company’s U.S. and international government customers that include the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
He established ACT I in 1998 after a 12-year career at Science Applications International Corp., where he previously served as vice president and operations manager for SAIC’s technical and business solutions business.
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