Michael Niggel, Neil Albert, Claudio Monticelli Speak at ACT I’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Michael Niggel

Michael Niggel, CEO of Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, addressed a crowd of approximately 200 attendees during the company’s 20th anniversary celebration on Jan. 20 at Fort Myer in Virginia.

Neil Albert

Niggel discussed ACT I’s efforts to deliver total acquisition management and foreign military sales platforms and services to government clients across defense, health care and homeland security areas, the company said Tuesday.

He also introduced Neil Albert, newly appointed ACT I president, and Claudio Monticelli, currently promoted chief operating officer, at the event.

Claudio Monticelli

Albert said the Arlington, Virginia-based government acquisition support services provider will leverage new technology platforms to build up and advance its external and internal client support processes to provide quality services to U.S. and allied government customers.

“ACT I will be looking for focused merger and acquisition partnerships to complement and expand our existing capabilities,” Albert added.

Monticelli noted about the need to keep a corporate culture that seeks to support clients’ missions and objectives.

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