CVP Introduces New Growth Team

Feb 2, 2017 | News Release, Public Sector

Vazquez Named VP Corporate Growth, Denny Joins as VP Federal Solutions

Fairfax, Virginia, February 2, 2017 – CVP, a leading business strategy and information technology consulting firm, has created a new unit to lead the continued expansion and growth of the company. Long-term CVP executive Gus Vazquez has been named Vice President of Corporate Growth, leading a team including business development, proposal development, marketing and communications. Previously, Mr. Vazquez served as CVP’s VP for Federal Solutions.

In a related move, Tracy Denny has joined CVP as its new VP for Federal Solutions. He will provide leadership for business growth, customer satisfaction, and delivery for our National Security and Federal Civilian portfolio. Mr. Denny has over 25 years’ experience in IT transformation and systems integration. He has incubated, grown, and managed IT consulting services, with a focus on building high performing teams.

“CVP’s growth continues from a strong 2016 into a stronger 2017,” say CVP CEO Anirudh Kulkarni. “Gus Vazquez will apply his considerable skills and experience to growing the business side of CVP and Tracy Denny broadens and deepens our leadership team.”

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Customer Value Partners (CVP) is an information technology (IT) and business strategy consultancy that helps private and public sector clients “Be Better.” We support our clients in the healthcare, national security and public sectors in achieving their mission goals by delivering improved business efficiency, workforce optimization and practical application of emerging technology. Our seasoned professionals provide experience-based solutions across our four core competencies: Agile Systems Integration, Cybersecurity, Performance Transformation and Analytics, and Training and Strategic Communication. Based in Fairfax, Virginia, CVP has developed a nationwide operational reach. CVP has been independently appraised at Maturity Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration. [ Read More ]

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