Charlie Smith Appointed Edgewater Federal Growth Strategies, Solutions Director

Charlie Smith Appointed Edgewater Federal Growth Strategies, Solutions Director - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Charlie Smith, former senior program manager at information technology firm ActioNet, has joined Edgewater Federal Solutions as director of growth strategies and solutions, G2Xchange ETC reported Thursday.

He brings over 20 years of government contracting industry experience to his capacity at Edgewater, an ISO certified small business that offers information technology services to the federal sector.

He previously held various leadership roles at 1Source, Criterion Systems and Energy Enterprise Solutions.

Edgewater provides IT integration and transformation support to customer agencies and holds Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification.

The company also holds a spot on the General Services Administration's OASIS and Schedule contracts.

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