ACT I’s Michael Niggel Enters Second Year on PSC Board of Directors

Michael Niggel

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 13, 2019 — Michael Niggel, CEO of Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, has entered into his second year as a member of the Professional Services Council’s board of directors, GovCon Wire reported Feb. 4.

The company said Niggel, who holds a three-year term, will work alongside new and continuing PSC leaders for 2019 who were elected during the trade association’s annual membership meeting in December.

“It is my pleasure and privilege to serve on the leadership for this outstanding industry organization,” said Niggel.

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