Federal Law Enforcement Vet Antonio Trindade Named Dev Technology VP

Federal Law Enforcement Vet Antonio Trindade Named Dev Technology VP - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Antonio Trindade, a 28-year federal law enforcement veteran, has joined information technology company Dev Technology as a vice president.

He brings experience in program management, biometrics, geographic information systems and sensor technology to his new position, the company said Tuesday.

Before Dev, Trindade served as associate chief of the U.S. Border Patrol's strategic planning, policy and analysis directorate and as IT program manager within the agency's enforcement systems group. He spent 24 years as a Border Patrol agent and another four years as a military police officer at the U.S. Army.

“After retiring from the Border Patrol, I look forward to continuing to support the federal mission in new and exciting ways," Trindade said.

Dev is headquartered in Reston, Va., and offers IT development, biometrics and identity management, cloud and infrastructure modernization and data management services to the federal sector.

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