Washington, DC, April 06, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- GovBizConnect is proud to announce that Bill Thoet has joined GovBizConnect as an advisor. In this role, Bill will provide advice and counsel on all dimensions of the company's strategy. "We're very excited to have Bill Thoet join GovBizConnect as an advisor. Bill is a talented business leader and philanthropist and embodies the values of our growing company. We're fortunate to have his counsel as we continue on our journey to make government contractor teaming more efficient and effective," said Tom Skypek, co-founder and CEO of GovBizConnect.
Bill retired as an Executive Vice President from Booz Allen Hamilton, where he worked for 26 years. At Booz Allen, Bill led business units with as many as 2,000 staff, $400M in annual revenue and in a range of areas including: Neural Networks, Advanced Computational Technologies, Modeling, Simulation and Wargaming, Rapid Prototyping and Alternative Revenue Streams. Bill received both his Bachelor of Engineering degree and his MS degree in Computer Science from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.
He is the past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National ALS Association. Bill is also the co-owner of the Georgetown Piano Bar in Washington, D.C. Bill also serves as a mentor to the Washington, D.C.-based start-up incubator, 1776, an advisor to the Aspen Brain Institute and to the charity start-up, Soceana, and supports Booz Allen as a Senior Executive Advisor.
Thoet said, "Having worked in the government contracting industry for over 30 years, I believe that GovBizConnect will provide an essential service to large, medium and small contractors in finding the right partners to win and deliver effective solutions to the government. I am pleased to work with them as an advisor."