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Press Release: Koniag Government Services hires Seasoned IT professional Ray Coleman as Chief Information Officer

Koniag Government Services (KGS) is excited to announce Ray Coleman as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO). A U.S. Army veteran with more than 25 years of information technology and cyber security experience within the Department of Defense, Coleman brings with him a wealth of insight to the company’s government contracting business.

“Ray’s long history with the Department of Defense makes him a perfect fit for KGS,” said Kevin Wideman, CEO of Koniag Government Services. “Ray is a proven leader who has shown to consistently be at the forefront of the complex and ever-changing world of IT and cybersecurity. And with his wealth of knowledge, his wise counsel will be extremely useful in delivering innovation to our customers. We couldn’t be more thrilled to add him to our team.”

KGS is a leading provider of professional services to Federal government agencies. As CIO, Coleman is responsible for overseeing all aspects of IT systems and cyber security programs for KGS. He will provide technical leadership and maintain an up-to-date vision for future technology needs, recommending strategies, priorities, and projects to achieve the company’s strategic IT goals and objectives.

“I’m honored for the opportunity to help lead a great team and an ever-growing company,” Coleman said. “Strong IT and security departments are more important than ever in today’s world, and I look forward to helping KGS stay at the cutting-edge in a highly competitive arena.”

Coleman’s first day with KGS is October 3.

Source: KGS

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