ACT I Adds Charles Kim as Chief Enterprise Architect; Claudio Monticelli Quoted

ACT I Adds Charles Kim as Chief Enterprise Architect; Claudio Monticelli Quoted
Charles Kim

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International announced on Tuesday that Charles Kim is joining the company as chief enterprise architect. Kim will provide ACT-I with both strategic and tactical services to integrate people, processes, security and technology.

“We are very pleased to have a professional of Charles caliber on our team,” said Claudio Monticelli, ACT I COO. “Charles brings a wealth of knowledge in enterprise architecture and cybersecurity and I am certain he will play a key role as ACT I continues to expand its initiatives in these critical government mission areas.”

Kim brings more than 20 years of experience working with customers such as the departments of Energy, Navy’s Military Sealift Command and Army.

About ACT I

ACT I is an ISO 9001:2015 certified small business and assessed at CMMI Level 3 for Services delivering mission-critical Total Acquisition Management, Cyber Security, and Foreign Military Sales solutions to customers across the globe.

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