Springfield, Va.-based Information Innovators Inc. (Triple-i) announced March 4 the appointment of John Dvorak as Chief Technology Officer. He will be responsible for charting the technology focus for the company, including customer-centric strategies and initiatives, and promoting continuous innovation.
“As a federal executive, I observed that private sector partners whose culture and ethics aligned with or complemented my organization ended up providing the best product,” Dvorak said. “Those that valued long-term relationships over short-term financial gain maintained healthier teams and higher levels of innovation. In choosing a post-government career, I wanted to work for the company I sought to hire: one that valued the journey with the customer and desired to share in mission success. I am happy to say Triple-i matched that profile.”
“We are thrilled that John has joined Triple-i’s leadership team,” Triple-i CEO Steve Ikirt said. “His unique blend of technology knowledge and acumen, coupled with relevant understanding of the technological opportunities our federal customers can leverage to enable, support and enhance their mission, is an invaluable combination.”
Dvorak brings 20 years of experience to the position. He has previously worked at the FBI and Intelligence Community’s IT Enterprise (IC ITE), and as the National Institutes of Health’s Branch Chief for Network and Engineering services.
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