Executives of Comprehensive Health Services met with a company-formed advisory panel last month to discuss Defense Department business opportunities, partnerships, online presence and portfolio expansion efforts.
The DoD Advisory Board Meeting took place June 28 at CHS’ headquarters in Cape Canaveral, Fla., and featured a discussion on current and future bids, potential customers and services and recent internal developments, the company said June 28.
Advisers who attended the event were Kevin Lambing, a retired U.S. Air Force chief master sergeant, and Lester Martinez, a retired U.S. Army major general.
Attendees also included Gary Palmer, CEO and president of CHS; Casper Jones III, chief operating officer and senior vice president of international operations; Daniel Jones, COO and SVP of domestic operations; Doug Magee, SVP of business development; Ryan Elliot, vice president of business development; Amber Fredericksen, business development manager; and Jeff Clayton, capture manager.
CHS created and convened the group in October of last year.