David Singer Joins TechFlow as Digital Services Business Development VP

David Singer

David Singer, a more than 30-year military and government services veteran, has joined TechFlow as vice president of business development at the company’s digital services business unit.

His professional background encompasses team management, new business capture, customer service and development of products for the federal sector, TechFlow said Tuesday.

Singer most recently held a similar role at information technology and software consulting company Pyramid Systems, where he led its business growth efforts in the defense and adjacent government markets.

He spent eight years with Calibre Systems and previously managed a more than 200-employee corporate division at the Alexandria, Virginia-based contractor.

Singer held positions of increasing responsibility during his 21-year career at the U.S. Air Force with his final assignment at the Pentagon as the Chief of the Commander’s Action Group for the three-star General in charge of all Logistics and Installations for the Air Force.

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