ECS Federal, Inc., a professional services firm with clients in the federal defense and civilian agencies, has named George Wilson Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Wilson has served as President of the organization since January 2012.
Roy Kapani, ECS founder, owner and former CEO, will maintain his role as Chairman of the Board.
“Since arriving, George has worked with me and the executive team to put in place the people, processes, culture, and vision to allow ECS Federal to meet our strategic objectives and become a recognized leader in the Federal services marketplace,” Kapani said.
Wilson joined the organization in Feburary 2011 as executive vice president. Prior to joining ECS Federal, Wilson lead his previous organization to over $900 million in annual revenue as an executive vice president and member of the company’s Board of Directors.
“I have personally known Roy for nearly 20 years and I am honored to have this opportunity to continue to work for Roy and to lead a great organization and a talented team of professionals,” said Wilson.
ECS Federal projects it will obtain over $250 million in annual revenue this year, according to the company’s press release.
“George’s promotion is a win-win and a recognition of the significant contribution he has already made to ECS. He’s been the supercharger placed onto what was already a hot-rod company to accelerate their successful progress through the mid-tier. Congratulations–it couldn’t happen to a better guy and company,” said Bob Kipps, Managing Partner, KippsDeSanto.
Wilson is very active within the local nonprofit community, having served as co-Chairman of the Kidney Ball in 2011 and co-Chairman of the Choral Arts Society Gala for multiple years. Read more about Wilson on WashingtonExec: