Altamira Taps Blaine Worthington for Chief Operations Officer Role  

Blaine Worthington, Altamira

Blaine Worthington, Altamira

Altamira Technologies Corphas promoted Blaine Worthington to the chief operations officer position. 

Worthington has been with Altamira six years, most recently leading the Defense Intelligence sector. Prior to Altamira, Blaine led the National Air and Space Intelligence Center work for Booz Allen Hamilton. Before that, he ran major programs in the U.S. Air Force. 

“I’m extremely excited to move into our next phase of growth with Blaine taking on this key leadership role,” Altamira CEO Ted Davies said. “His passion for customer mission success, building great teams and winning new work has been central to the growth and development of our company over the past 6 years.”

“With our base business expanding, numerous task order contracts generating new opportunities and some major pursuits underway, we have an exciting few years ahead of us. Blaine and his team will be extremely busy,” Davies added. 

In October, Altamira was selected as a prime contractor on the U.S. Secretary of the Air Force, Administrative Assistant’s Concept, Development and Management Office Analytical and Technical Services contract. 

The 10-year $950 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract provides for analytical and technical services for the SAF, Administrative Assistant’s CDM Office, which manages high-priority projects and programs to provide innovative solutions to Air Force and defensewide challenges. 

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