Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, L.L.C. (ACT I), an industry-leading provider of Total Program/Acquisition Management, Intelligence, Cyber, Security, and Foreign Military Sales solutions, today announced the appointment of Nedim Kirimca to Executive Vice President, Operations.
An Air Force veteran and senior government contracting and acquisition management expert, Kirimca will develop the organization’s overall program management strategies and provide leadership to ACT I Program Managers, partnering with corporate leadership to ensure continued success across ACT I’s diverse customer base. He will report to ACT I Chief Operating Officer Claudio Monticelli.
“Nedim’s strong program management pedigree, along with business and operations experience directly aligns with ACT I’s business model and strategic priorities,” said Monticelli. “We’re delighted he is joining our ACT I Leadership Team.”
Kirimca brings over 30 years of experience in program management, engineering, and procurement roles to ACT I, including 26 years as an Air Force Officer and six years of project management leadership. In uniform, Kirimca held senior acquisition, program management, and contracting roles including Director, F-35 Production with the F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office, Program Executive Officer for Sourcing with the Department of Defense’s Business Transformation Agency, and as Commander of the 409th Supply Chain Management Squadron. He also served on the Pentagon staff with the Air Force Legislative Liaison and Director of Global Power Programs within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology & Logistics. As a government contracting senior executive, Kirimca led contract portfolios as part of Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, supervising personnel and program managers and directing contracts with customers across the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
Kirimca holds a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Polytechnic University (now NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering) and Master Degrees from the University of Dayton, the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (now the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy), and Air Command and Staff College, along with completing advanced studies in Program Management from the Defense Acquisition University.