Nitin Vartak becomes Alpha Omega CTO

On December 7, Vienna, VA-based Alpha Omega announced the promotion of Nitin Vartak as chief technology officer (CTO). Since first joining Alpha Omega in 2018, Vartak has served as director of solutions and most recently vice president of technology. In this new capacity, he’ll be responsible for leading the solution vision and mission-focused strategy of Alpha Omega, fully implementing its capability Centers of Excellence, and leading the development of IP to drive innovation.

With nearly twenty years’ experience designing and integrating technical solutions across the federal and commercial sectors, Vartak is poised to drive digital strategy in service of Alpha Omega’s customers within the national security, foreign affairs, and climate science domains, the company said.

“With so much at stake for our federal customers, I am honored to apply my expertise in cloud, digital modernization, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence,” said Vartak. “As CTO of our rapidly growing organization, I will have a dual focus on both our customers’ missions and pursuing innovation and excellence so that we may continue to serve our country and its citizens.”

Alpha Omega was founded seven years ago by CEO Gautam Ijoor. Growing to over $140 million in annual revenue, Alpha Omega was awarded $468 million in new contracts and increased staff by 49% over the past year. Vartak’s new role as CTO is part of Alpha Omega’s leadership expansion that is strategically defining roles and focusing on organizational maturity, customer experience and relationships, quality, and talent management.

“Nitin has been an instrumental part of Alpha Omega’s growth and has also been the driving force behind our solution CoEs, IP development, and delivery methodology,” said Chief Operating Officer Mike Deutsch. “His elevation to CTO will enable Alpha Omega to execute our core strategy of combining market-leading capabilities with deep domain expertise to develop real solutions to our agency partners’ most pressing challenges.”

Source: Alpha Omega

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